regalevilsub wrote: »
On the flip side, I returned to my game and my entire base was gone, along with my submarine, prawn suit, and sea moth.
rb0606 wrote: »
I've come across many of these issues as well as the Degasi Sea Base in the Grand Reef disappearing. I haven't been able to get it to spawn back since my save is bugged from the few white .png files in my PDA which prevents me from saving. Irritating that there isnt a known fix for this yet. Had to stop playing until it's resolved because i need the Orange key to get my last achievement
Jalamdhara wrote: »
Please devs. Just talk to us. Tell us what is the plan for the saving issue where it disappears all of your bases, vehicles, beacons, etc. Just say something. How hard is that? Let us know you’re working on it for god sakes.
vlatko1979 wrote: »
Correction to my post from the October 28. about the BUG. I thought that it was hitting 25+ hours of gameplay before it starts to throw the .bin error but I noticed that I had one thing in common, I still had not visited the 900m deep cave system with the fossilised remains, the Lost river and that whole tunnel system before the 25+ hours.
So I loaded an older save game I keep in my PS Plus cloud which was about 14 hours play. Jumped into the Seamoth and went straight to the floating island location. Saved the game on surface level, no issues, then dived in straight down with the Seamoth and went into the lost river cave system, in few minutes I reached the dead sea-dragon remains and hit save. BAM, the .bin error happened. As if the lower map levels clash with the upper map levels or something but yep, I went and replicated it again from another entrance to the same fossilised cave, same thing, .bin save appears as soon as i have reached that location.
For the players: hey guys, try not to go down that cave system until this bug is fixed and you will be able to continue playing, i think, so far I have passed my usual 25+ hours of .bin by just not going near that cave system. You can't progress the story this way yes, but there is still lots to discover around.
I really hope this helps the developers to narrow down this annoying bug.
ghost_lev wrote: »
Absolutely gutted - i have loved every minute of subnautica, but sadly after 48+ hours encountered the save bug, where although it correctly states how many hours i have played and which vehicles i have on the start menu, once it loads, all my bases, vehicles, lifepods (except no. 5) and beacons are gone. Inventory is still full and i am still in the same area as i was when i saved. i know console adaptation may not be a priority but this game is by far one of the best i have played so far, so i really would be so happy for a fix. i don't even mind having to rebuild things if i know afterwards i can safely save my progress.