It’s Apparently Easy To Lose Your Lego 2K Drive Progress
The upcoming racing game Lego 2K Drive is on its way, but some are reporting major issues with lost progress on PS5.
The game journalist Chris Scullion of VGC said on Twitter that he lost 10 hours of progress due to an apparent syncing issue. The reviewer put in those hours in multiple sessions, using the PS5’s Rest Mode to resume the suspended session every time. After those 10 hours, Scullion went into the game’s store to spend some currency, saw that Lego 2K Drive was “offline,” and tried to reconnect to 2K’s servers. This restored the game’s last cloud save, which erased those 10 hours of progress.
Two Reddit users have also reported similar issues indicating that this will potentially be a big problem at launch that will likely require a patch. It’s unclear what exactly is causing this issue, but given that we’ve seen three users discuss the issue online prior to its wide release, it’s safe to say it’s something you should watch out for.
Visual Concepts, who developed the game, have confirmed they are aware of the issue and are “investigating and will share additional updates as soon as they’re available.”
Though Lego 2K Drive isn’t officially out yet, its premium editions offered a three-day early access period as part of the package.
In the meantime, we recommend not using the PS5’s Rest Mode (or any platform equivalent) with the game until we hear more about this issue.
Do you love playing racing games? Are you eagerly waiting for the new game Lego 2K Drive from Visual Concepts? Well, the latest revelation may leave you surprised! Users are experiencing issues with lost progress on PS5.
Renowned game journalist Chris Scullion of VGC recently revealed in his tweet that he lost ten hours of his progress due to an apparent syncing issue. Scullion had spent these hours playing the game in multiple sessions, utilizing the PS5’s Rest Mode to resume the suspended session every time.
After playing for ten hours, Scullion went into the game’s store section to spend some currency and was surprised to see the game was apparently offline. He immediately reconnected to 2K’s servers, and unfortunately, the game’s last cloud save restored losing all his ten hours of gameplay.
Two users on Reddit have also reported similar issues similar to Scullion’s highlighting the problem, and this will need a patch and potentially be a significant problem at launch.
Visual Concepts, the developers of the game, have released a statement regarding the issue and are working on resolving it. They will release further updates as soon as they have resolved the issue.
This game is yet to hit the market officially, and the premium edition offered players an early three-day access period. Hence gamers are very concerned and decided to share their experiences to warn others. Though the exact cause of this issue is still unclear, it’s advisable to avoid utilizing PS5’s Rest Mode (or any platform equivalent) while playing this game.
Until further updates, gamers need to hold their breath and wait for a fixed version of the game before diving head-on into one of the most anticipated games of the year!
According to https://www.gamespot.com/articles/its-apparently-easy-to-lose-your-lego-2k-drive-progress/1100-6514268/
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