In Plague Tale: Innocence, transferring saves to PS5 requires an update

In Plague Tale: Innocence, transferring saves to PS5 requires an update

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Apparently transferring the saves of A Plague Tale: Innocence on PS5 requires an update of the PlayStation 4 version, whereas the operation takes place on Xbox Series X | S in a completely automatic way: Asobo Studio has specified it on Twitter.

Available today on PS5, Xbox Series X | S and Nintendo Switch via the cloud, A Plague Tale: Innocence offers the free upgrade for users who owned the PS4 and Xbox One versions of the game, and therefore may want continue the adventure from a save instead of starting it all over.

Well, to carry out the procedure you must necessarily have installed the PlayStation 4 edition of the title, update it with the latest patch and only then switch to the PlayStation 5 version to have the possibility to transfer the saves to the new console.

The procedure, rather cumbersome for those who had already uninstalled A Plague Tale: Innocence, inevitably sparked a discussion on social networks, between PlayStation users who complain about it and Xbox users who praise Smart Delivery.

No problem for those who have not yet tried the dramatic adventure of Amicia and Hugo against the backdrop of Europe in the 1300s, and who with a PS5 and a PlayStation Plus subscription will be able to immerse themselves in the atmosphere of the game at no additional cost .

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    Surreal narrative adventure game Where the Heart Leads is out July 13Credit: Handout
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    The Xbox Series S (left) and Series X side by side


    The Xbox Series S (left) and Series X side by sideCredit: Microsoft

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