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More mistakes! Users Report Corrupted Games in Watch Dogs: Legion and AC: Valhalla

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Ubisoft fans are once again disappointed with the products they purchased. It turns out that several bugs have been reported in the last few days that have resulted in corrupted games in the next-gen versions of Watch Dogs: Legion and Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla.

As a Polygon account, in the official Ubisoft forums there are several reports of users that they have lost progress of Watch Dogs: Legion. Worst of all, it is a problem whose origin is unknown. You see, there are those who say that it happens to them when changing characters, while others believe that it is by playing it with permanent death.

The situation becomes much more serious when we consider that Watch Dogs: Legion has automatic saves and only one save file per profile. In other words, players do not have the opportunity to return to a previous game to at least recover some of their progress.

There are also problems in Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla

As we mentioned before, Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla is having very similar issues as well. That said, the situation is a bit different.

According to several players, Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla, a game that lets you have multiple manual save files, features multiple games with corrupted data. Apparently the problem is persistent and appears in all manually saved games from the moment the error appears.

Another element that draws attention is that there are players who ensure that the error does not appear in their saved games automatically. This forces them to wait for the save to save just so they can stop playing.

It is worth mentioning that members of the Ubisoft communication team ensure that they are already working on a solution. We will have to wait for the arrangement to be available.

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