If you are playing Forspoken PS5 then you should be wary of its crashing issues. You might come to face this situation where Forspoken crashes into the home screen ruining the fun.
In most cases, the Forspoken crashing doesn’t show any error message so it’s up to you to figure out the probable cause.
If you consistently dealing with Forspoken cashing or not loading issues on PC then apply these fixes.
Solution To Fix Forspoken Crashing on PS5
Here are the fixes that we have found and tested in our console to fix crashes and loading problems.
- Check the game status: Is it fully installed on your PS5 console To check the status press the Options button > Information > Download Status.
- Checking system/game updates: Check if the system firmware is updated. Now go to PS Settings > System Software Update > Check for the latest update and install it.
- Clear PS5 Cache Data: Switch off and unplug power cables for 2 to 3 minutes then plug them back.
- Clean the game disk: It may be the Forspoken game disk scratches that are causing the crashing. Make sure that you clean the disk.
- Use Performance Mode: If the Forspoken crashing persists then enable performance mode in PS5. For that from the PS5 Home screen > Select Settings > Select Save Data > Game/App Settings > Game Presets. Make sure Performance Mode is selected.
- Deleting all saved data: Corrupted saved game data can cause Forspoken to crash on PS5. So go to Settings > Storage > Saved Data > Forspoken. Press the Options button on the controller and delete the selected game-saved files. Now Reboot the PS5 console.
- Try running the games from an external hard drive: It may your internal hard drive that is faulty so try playing Forspoken from the external hard drive.
- Resetting the PS5 back to factory defaults: You can also Initialize your PS5 by choosing the Full option.
- Rebuilding database: Random crashing or not loading issues on PS5 can be linked with the corrupted data so rebuilding the database is a wise choice.
- Press the Power button till you hear the second beep. Your console will boot up in Safe Mode. Here using the controller press the PS Button. Select Rebuild Database and confirm the task.
- Deleting/reinstalling the game: Sometimes certain game file is missing or corrupted so reinstalling that game can do the trick.
- Disabling HDMI Device: You can also try this on as it has helped many users on different forums.
- Submit a ticket to Square Enix: If nothing happens and the game keeps crashing or won’t load then contact on their support page.