Hello fellow gamers! If you’re anything like me, you’ve been eagerly diving into the world of Diablo 4, exploring every nook and cranny, and taking on every side quest that comes your way. But, as we all know, even the best games can have their hiccups. Today, I want to talk about a pesky bug that’s been causing some frustration – the Call of the Ancients bug. Don’t worry, though, I’ve got some tips to help you navigate this issue.
Diablo 4 Call of the Ancients Bug
The Call of the Ancients side quest is a thrilling part of Diablo 4’s gameplay. It’s located in the Fractured Peaks area of the world map and is unlocked after completing some other side quests in the Bear Tribe Refuge. The quest culminates in a boss fight against Cyhrach the First Born in the Chamber of Misery. Sounds epic, right? Well, it is, until you run into the bug.
Here’s the issue: if you’re playing in co-op and one of your partners is dead when the boss is defeated, you won’t be able to complete the quest. The objective to slay Cyhrach gets checked off, but the new one never pops up, leaving you unable to speak to Kravett to end the quest. I remember when this happened to me – I was left scratching my head, wondering why I couldn’t progress.
Fixing Call of the Ancients Bug in Diablo 4
Now, for the good news. You can avoid this bug as long as you make sure that none of your co-op partners are dead when Cyhrach goes down. It’s as simple as that. Revive your downed teammates before delivering the final blow, and you should be able to complete the quest without any issues.
Unfortunately, if you’ve already run into this bug, you’ll have to wait for the quest to restart and try again. I found that leaving the dungeon and reentering it, or even turning the game off and back on, didn’t fix the bug. The quest eventually reset to the beginning, but it’s unclear exactly how long you need to wait for that to happen.
Blizzard plans on releasing a big update for Diablo 4 in the near future, and we can only hope that a fix for this Call of the Ancients quest bug will be part of the package. In the meantime, it’s a good idea to make sure you revive any of your downed teammates before killing any bosses in the game, just to be on the safe side.
I remember when I first encountered this bug. I was playing with my friends, and we were so excited to take down Cyhrach. But when one of us was downed during the fight, we decided to focus on defeating the boss first. Little did we know, this would lead to the bug that prevented us from completing the quest. It was a frustrating experience, but it taught us a valuable lesson about teamwork and ensuring all team members are alive before finishing a boss.
So, fellow gamers, keep this in mind as you traverse the world of Diablo 4. It’s a fantastic game, but like all games, it has its quirks. With a little patience and teamwork, you can overcome this bug and continue on your epic journey. Happy gaming!