We’re all in all probability a bit bored with listening to what’s incorrect with Cyberpunk 2077, however its newest concern is one value listening to. In accordance with Eurogamer (and corroborated by The Verge) gamers are beginning to report that their save recordsdata have gotten corrupted. The rationale? The save file may be too huge.
By “too huge,” that apparently means something exceeding 8 MB. The precise trigger has not been confirmed, however a number of customers on Reddit and CD Projekt Crimson’s forums have reported issues with their save recordsdata that exceed that threshold. The difficulty seems to primarily have an effect on the PC model of the sport, however gamers on all platforms needs to be cautious because the full particulars haven’t been formally confirmed.
GOG.com (which is owned by CD Projekt) has a support page acknowledging the problem. It recommends that gamers “attempt to maintain a decrease quantity of things and crafting supplies”. Translation: cease choosing up a lot stuff.
If you end up with a screwed up save file, you’re sadly out of luck. GOG states that corrupted saves can’t be recovered, including: “the save file dimension restrict may be elevated in one of many future patches, however the corrupted recordsdata will stay that method.” CDPR encourages affected gamers to load an older save to proceed taking part in Cyberpunk 2077. Moreover, these taking part in with the merchandise duplication glitch might want to load a save that’s unaffected by it.
To explain Cyberpunk 2077’s launch as “troubled” could be an understatement. The sport’s much-anticipated arrival has been marred by a litany of technical glitches massive and small, particularly on base PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. CD Projekt Crimson’s apology inspired gamers to hunt refunds, which has changed into its personal catastrophe after the studio admitted it hadn’t consulted with Sony and Microsoft beforehand, resulting in many gamers being denied refund requests because of current insurance policies by the console makers. Final week, Sony hit the nuclear possibility by delisting Cyberpunk 2077 from the PlayStation’s digital retailer completely, citing lack of high quality. CD Projekt Crimson has apparently begun reaching out to these looking for refunds. An internal meeting was met with related discourse because the builders clashed with administration over the sport’s bungled launch.
Over the weekend CDPR launched Sizzling Repair 1.05, a significant patch for the console variations meant to squash a lot of its bugs. A patch for PC is deliberate to reach later. Within the meantime, tell us within the feedback if you happen to’ve had your save file corrupted because of this concern.