Fix for corrupted Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled save files on the way

Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled It started its engines just a week ago and soon fell in love with fans of the genre and those of the original game itself, who have seen the re-release of a classic with all its fun and some more additions.

However, not everything was as it should. PlayStation 4 players detected a bug in game where save files were corrupt. As a result, players lost their files. But Activision is already working on a solution.

The days of the problem are numbered

In a post on his blog, Activision has stated that it is aware of this bug that only affects PS4 players.. In fact, they have already set a very close date when they will include the solution in the game: The saving patch will arrive on July 3.

Until its arrival, Activision has told why the error occurs and how to solve it. The company’s recommendation is that players do not enter time trials until the arrival of the patch, since the error occurs when the player’s ghost racing data is too large.

Beenox, developers of Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled, are also aware and ask for patience and apologies to players. In fact, As compensation, anyone who completes a race while online between now and July 4 will receive 2,500 Wumpa Coins. to purchase customization items.

The arrival of the patch that fixes this error, July 3 is also the day the game’s first major Grand Prix event debuts. By playing special races in these events, players will be able to earn cosmetic items and new playable characters.

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