NVIDIA has issued a warning to players of Baldur’s Gate 3 who are using the GeForce Now platform to be cautious about saving their game too frequently. According to reports, excessive saving on GeForce Now can confuse the data transfer process and potentially lead to corrupted or lost saves. NVIDIA is currently working on a solution to address this issue.
The problem with saving in Baldur’s Gate 3 on GeForce Now was highlighted through warning messages on the GeForce Now status website. It appears that when players save their game too often, it exceeds the storage limits and causes data loss.
In response to the issue, NVIDIA stated that they are aware of the problem and are actively working to resolve it. For the time being, they recommend users to limit the number of manual saves in order to prevent any potential loss of saved progress. Additionally, players can also reduce the number of Auto and Quicksaves to a maximum of 10 through the game settings.
It seems that there is a particular issue with the way Baldur’s Gate 3 transfers save files to the data cloud, regardless of whether players quick-save or save manually. While the imposed limit on saved games may help address the situation, it appears that any saves that have already been lost cannot be recovered at this time.
Baldur’s Gate 3 is a game where making regular saves is crucial, especially for players who want to revisit specific choices or situations. However, on GeForce Now, this practice can be risky due to the potential for data loss.
For those in need of assistance with Baldur’s Gate 3, there are various guides and walkthroughs available to help navigate the game.