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  • hheywood
    Original poster 46 posts

    I rescued a hostage from Reda’s mission and he won’t leave me alone. He keeps following me and the mission won’t end. He rode on the back of my horse all the way to Ravensthorpe. To Reda’s doorstep.


    This guy won’t stop following me.



    wait - you guys built in Stockholm Syndrome! Superb. That’s above and beyond. But please get the horse clip clops back. 😁

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  • hheywood
    Original poster 46 posts

    terminated the game to try to avoid it saving, and then restarted the PS5. I then was able to collect the mission from Reda again and redo it.


  • JCar4327
    599 posts

    @hheywood Stockholm syndrome would actually entail the hostage refusing to leave the area where they were held captive as it relates to an affection towards the captors, not the rescuer. But funny none the less. Never had that happen to me.

  • hheywood
    Original poster 46 posts

    @jcar4327

    Thanks. Yeah I wasn’t really suggesting that Ubisoft had implemented Stockholm Syndrome. It was just a poor joke 😀

  • hheywood
    Original poster 46 posts

    @hheywood


    This is happening again. I freed the hostage and now the hostage keeps following me and I get prompted that I need to be anonymous.

  • UbiExcellent
    Ubisoft Support Staff 756 posts

    @hheywood What a strange issue you've encountered, but thank you for reporting this! Would it be possible to request video footage (a YouTube link should work!) of this error? I'd like to share this with the development team once received. Regarding the missing galloping sounds, this should be fixed in a future patch. For details on this, please feel free to check out our News and Announcements forum.

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  • Kennyannydenny
    93 posts

    @ubiexcellent This bug has been reported already in the past by me here: https://discussions.ubisoft.com/topic/95165/contract-recovery-investment-cannot-be-completed/ @UbiKoality has passed on the bug report to the devs. So maybe you can add the new info from this thread to that report 🙂

  • UbiExcellent
    Ubisoft Support Staff 756 posts

    @kennyannydenny Thanks so much for linking me to this thread! My apologies for not seeing this earlier. If possible, a YouTube video link would still be good to have on hand if the hostage continues to follow you.

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  • Kennyannydenny
    93 posts

    @ubiexcellent No probs! If I'll ever have the same problem i'll make a video, haven't encountered it a second time though. But also haven't ever had a mission on that location yet too, maybe I should start accepting the dailies in Cent to see if this combination (memory and location) pop up.

  • hheywood
    Original poster 46 posts

    @ubiexcellent

    i don’t have a video but will capture next time. I suspect that fast travel prior to the hostage escaping the “boundary” of the camp is the issue.

  • Kennyannydenny
    93 posts

    @hheywood There must be some other explanation too. As in my case, I hadn't fast travelled at all. I walked to the quest location, and also walked out of the camp. Both on foot.

  • UbiExcellent
    Ubisoft Support Staff 756 posts

    @kennyannydenny & @hheywood Sounds good, thank you both so much!

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