Outriders PC gamers discover folder filled with tens of gigabytes of crash reports
Outriders players have discovered a file full of crash reports filling their hard drives.
In one post on the game subreddit (Going through PC player) user Toasteroven47 stated that he found a folder on his PC with 23 GB of error reports, and that he was not the only one – in the comments under this and another thread, gamers discover treasures filled with up to 32 GB of reports.
If you’re playing on PC, you’ll want to head over to Users /[You]/ AppData / Local / Madness / Saved, where you’ll find the reports (Madness is a codename for Outriders that appears in a number of crash reports). Once you find them you can delete them without a problem, but it’s strange that they take up so much space – the writer of PCG claims that the next biggest crash dump on their PC was just of 100MB, and I was unable to find any game storing this kind of data on my own machine.
A contributing factor to this could be the crashes the game suffered at launch – Outriders got off to a somewhat shaky start earlier this month, but developer People Can Fly was quick to tackle major crashes. Elsewhere, the studio has set its sights on a number of bugfixes in its Outriders patch notes, including the famous inventory clearing, which robs players of their hard-earned loot. More fixes are probably in the works, but if you have large installations planned for the coming weeks, it might be worth keeping an eye out for these crash reports.
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