Lego 2K Drive lost saves bug to be fixed in patch, but cross-platform saves are temporarily disabled

Lego 2K Drive lost saves bug to be fixed in patch, but cross-platform saves are temporarily disabled
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2K has confirmed that it will fix a nasty bug that has seen players lose hours of progress when playing Lego 2K Drive.

The racer launches in full today, but many players who were in the game’s early access period were reporting they could lose progress when they were disconnected from the game’s online servers, even if playing in single player story mode. As VGC’s Chris Scullion noted, a major portion of those effected were those who would put their game into a suspended mode (for example, to check their console menu) – but when resuming the game, they would be disconnected from the 2K servers with no warning. While they could keep playing, the game would attempt to reconnect to the servers but would try to resync with the cloud save, overwriting local progress and setting players back to when they were last online.

Now, 2K has responded – as noted by Scullion on his Twitter account – to confirm the bug will be fixed in an upcoming update, although cloud saves will be temporarily disabled until the fix arrives. “We are aware that some players have encountered instances of lost game progression in Lego 2K Drive. This issue will be fully resolved in a game patch coming soon. To help players avoid this issue in the meantime before the patch rolls out, we are temporarily disabling cloud saves in the game.”

“This change will also temporarily disable cross-platform saves. For the time being, we advise that players stick to playing Lego 2K Drive on a single platform, rather than attempting to change between multiple platforms. This will avoid any loss of progress due to cross platform saves.”

Hopefully then, it won’t be too long before this issue is fixed and the patch is deployed. We’ll keep an eye out for when it drops. Keep your eyes peeled for our verdict on Lego 2K Drive in the very near future – in the meantime find out the answers to some burning questions, such as is Lego 2K Drive free to play? or Is Lego 2K Drive on Game Pass?

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