Horizon Zero Dawn is one of the action role-playing video games that’s developed by Guerrilla Games and published by Sony Interactive Entertainment. It was launched back in 2017 for PlayStation 4 console and now the Windows users can also enjoy this game finally. As expected, PC players are already started receiving multiple errors and bugs with the game. Meanwhile, plenty of players are reporting about the Horizon Zero Dawn Save Game Error which can be fixed by following this troubleshooting guide.
If you’re also facing the same error while trying to save the game progress, then this article is for you. There are several reasons for this particular error. Here we’ve shared a couple of fixes below that you can perform and these solutions should work for all. So, without wasting any more time, let’s jump into it.
How to Fix Horizon Zero Dawn Save Game Error
- Try running the Steam client as an administrator mode. Just right-click the Steam executable file > Click on Properties > Select Compatibility > Check the box of “run this program as administrator” > Click on Apply and OK. Once done, launch the Steam client and run the game again.
- If in case, you’re still having the same issue, try the above method for Horizon Zero Dawn as well.
- Check out any background running tasks are ongoing or not like overlay apps, cloud syncing apps, browsers, etc. If yes then head over to the Task Manager and close those tasks.
- Disable Microsoft OneDrive Backup as well on your PC. Make sure to take a backup of your necessary files before doing this.
- Manage Ransomware Protection from the Settings > Update & Security > Windows Security > Virus & Threat Protection. Just turn off the controlled folder and restart your computer.
- Maybe your Windows Defender or any third-party Antivirus program is blocking the game to connect with the server. Try to disable the antivirus program temporarily.
- Try to disable the Windows Firewall protection or add an exception for the game to Firewall.
- Open Steam > Right-click on Horizon Zero Dawn > Select Properties > Click on Local Files > Choose Verify Integrity of game files > Restart the PC.
That’s it, guys. We hope you’ve found this article useful. Feel free to ask in the comment section below.