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GOG advises Cyberpunk 2077 players to "reduce the amount of items" to prevent corruption of saved files.  • Eurogamer.net

GOG advises Cyberpunk 2077 players to “reduce the amount of items” to prevent corruption of saved files. • TECH GAMING REPORT

“Unfortunately, the save is corrupted and cannot be restored.”

The latest version of a long series of issues has reported that Cyberpunk 2077’s save file size will be permanently corrupted if it exceeds 8MB.

Initially reported to affect the entire game All platformsSome people say it’s a PC problem. However, if neither method is confirmed by the developer CD Projekt Red, the player is advised to “reduce the amount of items and crafting materials”.

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In the response posted to GOG website, CDPR has confirmed that once damaged, there is no way to restore preservation, so it is advisable to “reduce the amount of items and crafting materials”.

“Unfortunately, the save is corrupted and cannot be restored. Please continue playing with the old save file and reduce the amount of items and crafting materials,” the message said.

“If you have used duplicate item glitches, load the unaffected save file.”

The message ends with the statement that the size limit for saved files “may increase” in future patches, but “corrupted files remain intact”.

As reported over the weeks since Cyberpunk 2077 went on sale, CD Projekt’s share was after game reviews suggested that Cyberpunk might not end up with an empty-height metascore. It plummeted. The PC version of cyberpunk has a metascore of 87 Metacritic, PS4 and Xbox One versions are 55. User scores are 7.2, 3.2 and 4.4 respectively.

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CD Projekt boss told staff They will get their full bonus Despite the buggy launch of Cyberpunk 2077. Executives are reportedly responsible for the state of the game at the time of release.

CD Projekt has also been accused of using crunch during cyberpunk development. September 2020, CD Projekt told employees that it would take six days a week to launch the game in November. (Then postponed to December), he broke his previous promise not to force overtime to finish the project.