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I have one question, Why I always lost my Cloud Saves.Do you have this item or it's just like a bug?
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oooknight: I have one question, Why I always lost my Cloud Saves.Do you have this item or it's just like a bug?
There is no cloud save support for this game at the moment.
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oooknight: I have one question, Why I always lost my Cloud Saves.Do you have this item or it's just like a bug?
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Berzerk2002: There is no cloud save support for this game at the moment.
Alright,Thx
I had a Blue screen in Windows 10 while playing Shadow Warrior 2 v 1.1.14.0 , and on restarting windows, found my save game was no longer shown in the Shadow Warrior start up screen, even though the associated file 'progress.bin' is still there in C:\Users\[username]\Saved Games\Flying Wild Hog\Shadow Warrior 2\profiles\galaxy_191960149789913182\1

How do I continue playing from where I left off? I was around 50% of the way through.

I tried saving a backup of the savegame folder, starting a new game, getting to a save point, then copying the original files into the new folder that had been automaticaly created, but my savegame is still not visible when I restart the game.

What do I do?
Can't face playing again from the start
Post edited October 29, 2018 by ArchPrime
do i have to buy the premium pack to play multiplayer?
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ArchPrime: I had a Blue screen in Windows 10 while playing Shadow Warrior 2 v 1.1.14.0 , and on restarting windows, found my save game was no longer shown in the Shadow Warrior start up screen, even though the associated file 'progress.bin' is still there in C:\Users\[username]\Saved Games\Flying Wild Hog\Shadow Warrior 2\profiles\galaxy_191960149789913182\1

How do I continue playing from where I left off? I was around 50% of the way through.

I tried saving a backup of the savegame folder, starting a new game, getting to a save point, then copying the original files into the new folder that had been automaticaly created, but my savegame is still not visible when I restart the game.

What do I do?
Can't face playing again from the start
This is why I believe all games should let you play any level from the beginning. If something goes wrong, you can pick up where you left off.

Try removing the save games from the folder you mentioned and start the game. Then, exit. Then, copy over your save game that you backed up. Then run SW2 again and see if it shows up.

If that doesn't work, there is one more option. You could use console commands to enable the cheats menu and level select.

Here's a page with all the info:
https://gameranx.com/features/id/78206/article/shadow-warrior-2-pc-console-commands-guide-cheat-codes-list/


Alternatively, you could download someone else's save game. It will likely be a 100% completed game though with everything unlocked. It might let you go back and replay from where it crashed though.
Post edited October 31, 2018 by hudfreegamer
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ArchPrime: I had a Blue screen in Windows 10 while playing Shadow Warrior 2 v 1.1.14.0 , and on restarting windows, found my save game was no longer shown in the Shadow Warrior start up screen, even though the associated file 'progress.bin' is still there in C:\Users\[username]\Saved Games\Flying Wild Hog\Shadow Warrior 2\profiles\galaxy_191960149789913182\1

How do I continue playing from where I left off? I was around 50% of the way through.

I tried saving a backup of the savegame folder, starting a new game, getting to a save point, then copying the original files into the new folder that had been automaticaly created, but my savegame is still not visible when I restart the game.

What do I do?
Can't face playing again from the start
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hudfreegamer: This is why I believe all games should let you play any level from the beginning. If something goes wrong, you can pick up where you left off.

Try removing the save games from the folder you mentioned and start the game. Then, exit. Then, copy over your save game that you backed up. Then run SW2 again and see if it shows up.

If that doesn't work, there is one more option. You could use console commands to enable the cheats menu and level select.

Here's a page with all the info:
https://gameranx.com/features/id/78206/article/shadow-warrior-2-pc-console-commands-guide-cheat-codes-list/

Alternatively, you could download someone else's save game. It will likely be a 100% completed game though with everything unlocked. It might let you go back and replay from where it crashed though.
Thanks HudFreeGamer.

I have essentially done just that, but as soon as my old savegame file replaces the new one, it is no longer recognized by the game. I presume it has been corrupted during the crash.

Have not tried the cheats option, but presumably it cannot restore all my aquired loot and weapons, skills etc, as well as marking missions and side missions I have done as complete, but not the remainder (and no more).

This seems to have been a known bug that was uppsedly addressed by an earlier patch - but clearly it wasn't.
Is there somewhere where people have uploaded savegames at various points? If I can find one with a comparable level of completion, that might be a good option as you mentioned...?
Post edited October 31, 2018 by ArchPrime
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hudfreegamer: This is why I believe all games should let you play any level from the beginning. If something goes wrong, you can pick up where you left off.

Try removing the save games from the folder you mentioned and start the game. Then, exit. Then, copy over your save game that you backed up. Then run SW2 again and see if it shows up.

If that doesn't work, there is one more option. You could use console commands to enable the cheats menu and level select.

Here's a page with all the info:
https://gameranx.com/features/id/78206/article/shadow-warrior-2-pc-console-commands-guide-cheat-codes-list/

Alternatively, you could download someone else's save game. It will likely be a 100% completed game though with everything unlocked. It might let you go back and replay from where it crashed though.
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ArchPrime: Thanks HudFreeGamer.

I have essentially done just that, but as soon as my old savegame file replaces the new one, it is no longer recognized by the game. I presume it has been corrupted during the crash.

Have not tried the cheats option, but presumably it cannot restore all my aquired loot and weapons, skills etc, as well as marking missions and side missions I have done as complete, but not the remainder (and no more).

This seems to have been a known bug that was uppsedly addressed by an earlier patch - but clearly it wasn't.
Is there somewhere where people have uploaded savegames at various points? If I can find one with a comparable level of completion, that might be a good option as you mentioned...?
I'm not able to run the game, so can't test any of this. The only save games I've found online are fully completed saves. However, I found this page explaining how to fix saves that appear to be corrupted, but really aren't:

https://steamcommunity.com/app/324800/discussions/0/341537671989696642/

It also gives a solution on how to salvage your save if it is actually corrupted by converting one of your autosaves into a regular save so you can start from a slightly earlier point without losing all your progress.
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ArchPrime: Thanks HudFreeGamer.

I have essentially done just that, but as soon as my old savegame file replaces the new one, it is no longer recognized by the game. I presume it has been corrupted during the crash.

Have not tried the cheats option, but presumably it cannot restore all my aquired loot and weapons, skills etc, as well as marking missions and side missions I have done as complete, but not the remainder (and no more).

This seems to have been a known bug that was uppsedly addressed by an earlier patch - but clearly it wasn't.
Is there somewhere where people have uploaded savegames at various points? If I can find one with a comparable level of completion, that might be a good option as you mentioned...?
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hudfreegamer: I'm not able to run the game, so can't test any of this. The only save games I've found online are fully completed saves. However, I found this page explaining how to fix saves that appear to be corrupted, but really aren't:

https://steamcommunity.com/app/324800/discussions/0/341537671989696642/

It also gives a solution on how to salvage your save if it is actually corrupted by converting one of your autosaves into a regular save so you can start from a slightly earlier point without losing all your progress.
Thanks HudFree Gamer!

I tried the suggustions on the page at that link and for some reason they would not work for me - none of the other files I renamed to 'save_auto.bin' was recognized.

However I just realized the answer had been staring me in the face - there is a 'load backup save' option right there on the main menu, which does exactly what that page suggusts doing manually. Perhaps it was recently added, but either way it did the trick.

So far so good

Many thanks for your help!
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