Ubisoft will share extra particulars on the patch “within the coming days.”
Ubisoft’s Watch Canine: Legion launched final week and obtained a hotfix for consoles and PC to handle a number of points. However, some main ones stay, like a problem that leads to one’s save information being erased no matter time performed. The difficulty appears to end result from not exiting the sport correctly.
Whereas one may theoretically await it to correctly exit, the sport itself will take too lengthy, resulting in participant force-closing through Alt+F4 and corrupting their save. A Ubisoft consultant informed PC Gamer that it was conscious of the difficulty. “We’re conscious some gamers are having difficulties and we’re trying to tackle these points in an upcoming patch by November 9. We’ll have extra info on the contents of the patch within the coming days.”
Whether or not this can end in corrupted saves being restored is unknown so we’ll have to attend for extra info. Within the meantime, Reddit person Natanaeltedja supplied an answer to avoiding the difficulty altogether. It includes disabling cloud providers, beginning the Ubisoft Join launcher in offline mode and setting the app affinity to single core (which may be performed within the activity bar) when the sport is working. This could result in a traditional stop and progress saved.
For extra particulars on Watch Canine: Legion, take a look at our assessment right here. It’s accessible for Xbox One, PS4, PC and Google Stadia however will launch for Xbox Collection X/S on November tenth and PS5 on November twelfth.