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  • etownstick
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    I have a different type of bug, or I apologize if I just scrolled past someone having the same issue - but, early on when I started this quest, was when there were some of the first bugs that were being ironed out like achievements not popping, the 'data corrupt' save labels, etc. I have never been able to complete the Beowulf quest, because, before they added patches to fix instances where if you wondered off mid quest, I wondered off mid quest when Wulfhilda was following me after the first mission, because I spotted a Zealot and was trying to take advantage of the computer 'friends' assisting in fights. But, after that, she vanished, since she vanished, it's been stuck on 'Prey in the High Hall' and I've long since beat the game, 100%, now I've been the DLC, etc. but that still shows as suggested power level 20, Chapter 2, but, no mission marker on the map, etc.

    I've tried uninstalling the mission from the store, and reinstalling, and I even switched consoles so the whole game was technically 'reinstalled' when I bought a Series S going from a One X. I feel like it 'knows' I started the quest and that's locked into the save data in some part, therefore, won't finish. I see a lot of errors that folks had was where she won't move in the church - I never got to that point - she's not in the church, she's not back at the starting point, and when I find the location where I think the second part should start there is a horse with no owner, and wolves usually, but, no mission lol. It's not a big deal as like I mentioned I beat he game entirely but, it bugs me as a completions / OCD kind of way. Some of the other errors, corrected themselves, like the early achievements that didn't pop, after one of the major patches, I just had to load an early save game and like 3 or 4 popped at once or, replaying something 'key' triggered a few, but this has never changed. Any ideas or thoughts here?

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  • Ubi-Borealis
    Ubisoft Support Staff 3847 posts

    Hello there @etownstick! Welcome to the forums 🙂

    I've moved your post into a thread of its own, as you're encountering a different issue to the one being investigated in this megathread. I apologise for any confusion that may have been caused by this move.

    I'm sorry to hear that Wulfhilda is missing for you. Thanks for including a detailed retelling of the events that took place leading up to and after her disappearance. Thank you for also letting us know what troubleshooting you have tried to resolve this issue.

    Would you be able to send us a video that shows the following:

    • Your current and completed quest log
    • Your current quest objective in "Prey in the High Hall," as well as the quest marker missing from your map
    • The Wulfhilda is not present at the church, or in the starting area, to interact with


    We can then include this video in your report to the development team, so they can investigate this further.

    Thanks! 😊

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