Assassin's Creed Valhalla: revenge quests do not appear – developers are investigating bug – game updates

Assassin's Creed Valhalla players have had access to update 1.1.1 for a few days. With the patch, Ubisoft applied a number of bug fixes and additional optimizations for the action role-playing game. A regularly updated version by the developers shows that the game world is not yet free of bugs after the update List of known bugs. After a recent one Update contains the list also a point about the vengeance quests, which many players cannot find anywhere at the moment.

As part of the tasks, you will discover the bodies of other players who have been pushed off the screen by an opponent. You can interact with the virtual corpse and accept a quest, which you can use to kill the other player from Assassin's Creed Valhalla on a certain opponent (buy now € 59.44 ) can avenge. As a reward, you will receive additional experience points and silver, such as Gamepro reports. The principle is similar to that of Assassin's Creed Origins: Here, too, such revenge quests can be played.

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However: Due to a bug in Assassin's Creed Valhalla, the revenge quests are reportedly only visible to a few players. The bug apparently prevents the bodies from being tracked down by other players. According to Gamepro, the problem has existed since launch, but has only now been added to the list of known bugs. The information does not reveal at what time Ubisoft will submit an update with a corresponding bug fix. We'll keep you up to date in our news area.

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