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    Accidentally turned in Alien ruins mission

    As the title says I accidentally turned in the mission when I hit A a few things when the game was lagging ( Xbox ). Is there any way to get this back, as I was nowhere near done with it and have put a lot of time into it.
    Over 1700 hours, and a life with a wife.

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    I don't think so not once its handed in but in saying that it wont hurt to ask?, any thing that involves account cloud storage manipulation in some way will require a support ticket submitted and in the text field provided your request https://support.frontier.co.uk/topic.php#

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    Originally Posted by STRONTIUM DOG View Post (Source)
    I don't think so not once its handed in but in saying that it wont hurt to ask?, any thing that involves account cloud storage manipulation in some way will require a support ticket submitted and in the text field provided your request https://support.frontier.co.uk/topic.php#
    Ok I did that, thank you.
    Over 1700 hours, and a life with a wife.

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    ok, good luck with that!

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    You should be able to re-dock and get the mission again:
    https://forums.frontier.co.uk/showth...h-mission-help

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    Originally Posted by Rustled Jimmy View Post (Source)
    As the title says I accidentally turned in the mission when I hit A a few things when the game was lagging ( Xbox ). Is there any way to get this back, as I was nowhere near done with it and have put a lot of time into it.
    I did this too. To get the mission back, fly out of the station Meene, then when outside the "firezone", stop, turn around and dock again. Once you have landed, you will receive the mission again. Each time you leave this station to scan alien ruins and come back, you "can" turn in the "rewards" you have collected for that trip. If you then leave the station for another alien ruin site and come back, you will again receive the mission.

    Hope this helps!


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