Ubisoft is preparing further updates for Assassin's Creed Valhalla. As the publisher announced in a recent Twitter post, two additional hotfixes are now active. Two quests are in the foreground of the optimizations. After the task "Carrying a torch" it should be possible to interact with Tova from now on. The quest "Demon Stench by the River" has also been optimized. According to the developers, it is now possible to move the shelves. In order to apply the hotfix for Assassin's Creed Valhalla, Ubisoft recommends creating a manual save.
Then quit the game and restart it. Load the previously created save from Assassin's Creed Valhalla (buy now € 37.69 ). After that, Eivor should be able to interact with Tova and move the shelves. Further patches and adjustments are likely to be in the works. Just yesterday we reported about an update of the list of known bugs: Ubisoft expanded the list in the forum for the action role-playing game to include more bugs that will be eliminated with upcoming patches.
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This also includes optimizations for further quests. In addition, it should be possible in the future to take part in the revenge quests. Normally, your game world should occasionally have the corpses of other characters that you can interact with. You can take revenge on the opponent who hunted down the player – and bag experience points and silver. A bug is currently preventing the corpses from being displayed. We'll keep you up to date in our news area.
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