Divine Intervention Bug Solution Outriders

Outriders has a bug that sometimes makes the quest marker go haywire, leading the player way off in the wrong direction. One such quest is Divine Intervention where the tracker can take you to the completely opposite edge of the map. In our Divine Intervention Bug Solution Outriders guide, we’ll explain where you actually need to go.

divine intervention bug solution outriders
Divine Intervention Bug Solution Outriders

Outriders Divine Intervention Bug Fix

To fix the Divine Intervention bug in Outriders, the one where the quest tracker doesn’t work properly, you just have to ignore the tracker. That’s the simplest and most efficient solution. Travel to the Mountain Ropebridge, then go to the west, across the actual rope bridge. Do not follow the quest marker that’s leading you to the north, toward the Lava Pits and a completely different quest. I know this doesn’t technically fix the bug, but it’ll get you on the right track.

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As far as we can tell, the quest tracker in Outriders seems to get confused every so often, and Divine Intervention is one of them. I have no idea what causes it, but it definitely happens. As you can kinda see in the screenshot above, the quest trackers is leading us way off into the Lava Pits, which is the exact opposite of where you want to be. So, just cross the rope bridge to the west and follow the path from there. That’s basically the only way to solve the Divine Intervention bug in Outriders.

I know what you’re thinking – who would’ve thought that Outriders would have such a glitch; it works so well otherwise! I am, of course, being extremely sarcastic. The game is full of problems that you can run into. As a result, we’ve got a bunch of guides on those subjects that you might find useful. Among others, we’ve written Inbox Locked Bug Fix, Nature’s Call Door Bug Fix, Bad Day Crash Bug Fix, and more.

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