Some players are reporting to us that their Ghost Of Tsushima game are not working and keeps getting stuck at the loading screen. If you are experiencing this problem and wondering what to do, continue reading this troubleshooting guide.
What are the causes why Ghost Of Tsushima gets stuck at the loading screen?
There are a number of reasons why Ghost Of Tsushima is stuck at the loading screen. While every case may be different, any of the following items must be the cause.
Corrupted game saved files.
This is the most common reason for many cases of Ghost of Tsushima being stuck in at the loading screen. Like ordinary files, game files may be damaged if there’s system-wide changes, like when after updating the PS4 software, or when the game receives updates from the developer.
Random game bug.
Some cases of Ghost Of Tsushima stuck at the loading screen issues are due to random game errors. If you are experiencing this issue on your PS4 only at times, without any clear pattern, you may be dealing with a random game bug.
For others, the cause of the problem may be due to an outdated game. This can happen if you don’t regularly connect your PS4 to the internet to download system and game updates.
If your PS4 is always connected to the internet, all you have to do is to manually check if the game needs an update. Otherwise, just let the PS4 connect to the server and check for updates on its own.
PS4 software issue.
Just like an outdated game, your PS4 software needs to be updated from time to time in order to fix known bugs and prevent new ones from developing. You may also need to update if you’re trying to play new games, like Ghost Of Tsushima.
Bad hard drive.
Your PS4 hard drive can go bad just like a regular hard drive on a computer. If this happens, games or saved files may not load or may become totally unreadable.
How to fix Ghost Of Tsushima stuck at loading screen issue
You’ll need to perform a number of troubleshooting steps in order to know which of the causes above is the one causing your problem. Check out the possible solutions below and see which one is causing Ghost of Tsushima getting stuck at the loading screen.
- Keep the game updated.
First, you want to make sure that Ghost Of Tsushima is running its latest version. You’ll need to manually check for game updates, especially if your PS4 is not connected to the internet all the time.
To manually check for updates, just go to your PS4 Home screen, select the game icon, press the Options button on the controller, and select check for updates.
- Load older saved games.
Some players have reported to us that they were able to fix getting stuck at the loading screen by loading older saved games for Ghost Of Tsushima. If you haven’t tried this yet, make sure to do so the next time you encounter this problem.
By default, Ghost Of Tsushima saves the game at regular intervals but you can also manually save your game if you choose to. Using your older save point may help fix your problem.
Install PS4 software updates.
You also need to make sure that you check for PS4 firmware updates after updating games. To do that, just go to Home screen>Settings>System Software Update.
- Refresh PS4 system cache.
For some, an easy fix for this problem is done by refreshing the system cache of the PS4. To do that, follow these steps:
-Turn off your PlayStation 4. Do not enter Rest Mode.
-Once the indicator light on top of your PS4 is off and has stopped blinking, unplug the power cord from the back of your console.
-Wait at least 30 seconds.
-Plug the power cord back into your PS4 and turn it on.
- Reinstall Ghost Of Tsushima.
If all else fails, you can always delete and reinstall Ghost Of Tsushima. There is no 100% guarantee that this is going to work but you should try it if none of the solutions in this guide has helped.
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