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Reaver989 2 posts
I PiCK UPTHE CONTRACTS aND THEY ArENT SHOWING UP IN mY qUEST LOG
Once I pick up the contacts it says they'll be in my quest log but they aren't appearing and when I go back to Reda he has no more contracts....what am I supposed to do
Original poster azullFR 487 posts
Best way is to take first quest from Reda (and check the shop), fulfill it, then take second quest from one of his followers.
I always take the one in Lincoln harbor and grab some titanium while I'm there.
Great thanks to him !!!
You can find it in this (nearly same) Topic : https://discussions.ubisoft.com/topic/96842/reda-only-gives-1-daily-quest/1
When a quest vanishes :
- Make a Manual save
- Quit the game
- Shutdown the game
- Optionnal : Restart your system
- Reload the Manual save
- Take another Opal contract at different place than previous one (a new one should be avaible)
Hope this helps a little
@azullfr Thank you for the heads up. I have worked in some of the most reason interactions so we can ensure that the team has the most recent save data from everyone encountering issues in Reda's quests at this time.
@Majere326 Now worries! Thank you for the update! I am not sure if the Festival had any connection with this, but I will share this insight with the team's investigation.
Thanks to everyone for providing this information. If are new to the thread and have been seeing the same occurring issues, please know our team working on a permanent solution. In the meantime, make sure that your lastest save files are uploaded to the Cloud (Cloud icon will show on the save slot) This will help the team look over your save files for their investigations.
@ubi-smash Today was the 3rd in a row since the festival ended that both missions were acceptable/completable at the same time so, for my case at least, I'm placing the blame solely on the Ostara festival. It's around the time the issue started and I can't pass it off as coincidence that I'm not having issues now that it's over. I'll be more observant in the future about this particular issue though.