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Launcher starts but game doesn't

KreiziKreizi Registered Users Posts: 3
edited May 2019 in Crashes
Build: 1.3.0

Detailed Information: I click on "PLAY" in the launcher and the game launches for a split second and stops.

==I have no save games due to crashes of the game when launched.
==No Multiplayer saves aswell.
--minidump file - uploaded
--DxDiag - uploaded
--Preferences script - No file in the folder
--gfx - uploaded

Details of any solutions that have already been attempted:
1.Full reinstall of Graphics drivers.
2.Windows 10 updates.
3.Downloading Files that someone thought might help.
Post edited by BillyRuffian#6250 on


  • srwittsrwitt Registered Users Posts: 1
    Same problem here. Everything was fine last time I played (5 days ago), went to launch game, it launched once then crashed back to the main menu when I tried to load a save. Backed out to the desktop, launcher would load but when I click on mod manager it just loads endlessly. When I hit play it loads endlessly as well.

    Not sure what you did, CA, but I'm sure it was worth ruining hours and hours of saved games.
  • dge1dge1 Registered Users, Moderators, Knights Posts: 24,030
    Try deleting your the launcher folder in C:\Users\your user name\AppData\Roaming\The Creative Assembly first.

    If that does not work then revert back to the previous version through Steam.
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