A weird bug has hit the Ubisoft’s recent hit title Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. The Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Quiver Capacity bug seems to impact players on all platforms such as PC, Xbox One, X, PS4, and PS5. Players are experiencing a situation where the arrow capacity decreases. Even when the players have upgraded to the max capacity the arrows they can actually carry is low. A user on Reddit reported that his arrow capacity came down from 30 to 12. It’s a serious bug that Ubisoft may resolve in an upcoming patch. But, fortunately, there is are workarounds for the decreasing allows or the so called ‘quiver capacity’ bug.
Fix Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Quiver Capacity Bug | Arrows Decreasing
The Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Quiver Capacity Bug seems to emerge from the recent update to the game. It reduces the arrow capability of players down to 12. Loading the old save files should effectively resolve the issue, but a user on Reddit who goes by the name No-Pass-7203 has shared a more effective solutions and it seems to resolve the glitch temporarily. You can get on with the game with the maximum arrow capacity.
In order to perform the fix, you need to go back to Vinland, shoot all the arrows towards the target of your desire or in the air, unequip the bow, go to Ravensthorpe and purchase the arrows you require. You can follow this simple step to fix the Quiver Capacity bug where arrows decrease in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla.
Although the above fix is effective, some players may be left with the only option i.e. to load the previous save of the game. If you haven’t reached to a certain part of the game, you may not be able to travel to Ravensthorpe. For those players, you will have to sacrifice some progress in the game, but if you want the arrows capacity at max, I think that’s a sacrifice you’d be willing to make.
As mentioned earlier, the permanent solution to the problem can only come from Ubisoft. At the moment, it seems that bug does not hit a large number of players, which is not a good thing for those affected as Ubisoft may never fix the issue. We do not know exactly what triggers the bug, but if we do we will update the post in the future.
That’s all we have in this guide, if you have something to add that we left out, feel free to comment. You can also let us know if there is another workaround.