Psyonix has developed and released the Rocket League game in 2015 that offers a vehicle-based soccer video game available for PC, PS4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, Linux, Mac. Now, some of the PS4 users may get PS4 data or database corrupted error while playing any particular game. The same applies to the Rocket League and plenty of players are getting the Save Data Corrupted or Game Crashes in Rocket League.
So, if in case, you’re also one of the victims and can’t understand what to do next in order to resolve this issue then you’re in the right place. Here we’ve shared some of the possible workarounds below that should work for you in most cases. Actually, the particular issue is also occurring with some of the Nintendo Switch and PC users as well. So, even after verifying the game files, the game says some files are corrupted.
Well, some of the Rocket League players have also downloaded the game files again but the main issue is occurring from the in-game cloud saves or cloud backup. According to the affected players, they don’t have any issues while playing other games on their devices. Additionally, there is no issue with storage drives, internet connectivity, or else.
How to Fix Save Data Corrupted or Game Crashes in Rocket League
Now, in a single line, it seems that disabling cloud sync will fix the issue completely. According to the Psyonix Support, you’ll need to do the following steps properly.
You can also check out our video guide but for an in-depth guide, make sure to follow the steps below.
- Go to the C:\Users[Username]\My Documents\My Games\Rocket League\TAGame\SaveData\DBE_Production.
- Backup all the game files from the saves folder > Move it to another drive.
- Now, delete all the game files from the saves folder. (Except for the backup folder)
- Uninstall the Rocket League game and then reinstall it.
- Start the game > All the settings and presets are gone now. (Enter an exhibition to check whether you gain XP or not)
- Exit the Rocket League game and clear the task from the Task Manager if running in the background.
- Next, replace the backup game files in the saves folder from the above-mentioned location.
- Enable the Steam Cloud Sync again.
- Finally, launch the Rocket League game on your PC.
After doing this, the Rocket League game should work properly and the game data save will start again. Even if you lost the game progress or the levels, it’ll worth trying until a permanent solution releases.
However, if you’re getting this issue on your PS4 then try to restart the console first. If not fixed then make sure to ‘Rebuild Database’ on your PS4 console. In order to do that, switch off the console > Press and hold the power button until you hear two beeps sound > Your PS4 will boot into the Safe mode > Connect the PS4 controller > Select Rebuild Database > Wait for the process to complete > Restart your console normally.
If in case, your PS4 is showing the Rocket League corrupted data and can’t run then make sure to manually delete the corrupted data from the Settings > System Storage Management > Saved Data > Media Player > Delete the ‘corrupt data’ file by pressing Options > Exit and re-open the Media Player app.
Once done, you’ll need to re-download the corrupted/deleted game file. Additionally, check the disk storage, free space, HDD issues, etc.
That’s it, guys. We hope you’ve found this guide useful. Feel free to ask in the comment below for additional queries.