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The Witcher 3: Missing Persons walkthrough

Here's how to complete the Missing Persons quest in The Witcher 3.

Missing Persons is one of the last quests in the Skellige arc of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt's first Act. There's news that the Wild Hunt have attacked another village, which means Ciri might've been there. As a result, Geralt and Yennefer rock up and start asking questions.

If you need some help reaching Hindarsfjall, here's how to complete the Missing Persons quest in The Witcher 3.

The Witcher 3: Missing Persons walkthrough

It’s worthwhile taking a trip to the nearby town of Larvik before the Missing Persons quest in The Witcher 3. Here, you can collect side quests from the board and residents, sharpen your blade and tighten your armour. Making this trip will open an extra signpost, too.

If you didn’t travel with Yennefer, she’s a bit snippy about having to wait, but if you wanted pleasantries, you should have romanced Triss in Novigrad. This is an ongoing theme.

Trot to the village and speak with the women there. Don’t be afraid to ask Yennefer to be polite in this situation. When you’ve gathered all the information you can, follow Yennefer towards Freya’s Garden. Ignore your HorsePS; it’s going the sensible way, unlike Yennefer.

There is a quest break here, and it's an important one, as towards the end of the next quest, you'll be unable to leave the area and will proceed to the end of Act One - assuming you've completed Novigrad and Velen.

Save your game, fast travel to sidequests, go shopping - whatever you fancy – and then proceed through the almost hidden arch on the right, and up the stairs to one side, to continue with the Nameless quest.

If you fancy doing something else as Geralt for a bit, here's our The Witcher 3 guide and walkthrough, as well as our Hearts of Stone walkthrough, and Blood and Wine walkthrough to help you out with whatever endeavour you embark on.

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