The Invincible’s New Hotfix 1.0.2 Improves The Save System

11 Bit Studios plan to further improve the game's save system.

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  • The Invincible receives hotfix 1.0.2.
  • The hotfix brings major changes to The Invincible’s save system.
  • The update also optimizes the game for older graphics cards of 2GB and 3GB VRAM.

11 Bit Studios has released hotfix 1.0.2 for The Invincible. The latest update brings adjustments to the game’s save system, as well as several gameplay improvements. The hotfix 1.0.2 of The Invincible also optimizes the game to run on older graphics cards with 2GB or 3GB VRAM. 11 Bit Studios have also announced that further changes to the save system will be made as part of a larger update in the future.

After the update, a separate backup of your save will be made after the player progresses through a checkpoint, allowing the player to reload from any point in the game without having to worry about hardlocks. According to the patch notes, all saves will be stored locally on the player’s PC in the following location: “C:\Users\User_Name\AppData\Local\TheInvincible\Saved\SaveGames.”

Details of the improvements from The Invincible hotfix 1.0.2.
Details of the improvements from The Invincible hotfix 1.0.2.

The hotfix 1.0.2 also adds presets for DLSS quality settings. Among other improvements, 11 Bit Studios have also fixed several hardlocks and softlocks reported by players. Hardlocks are glitches or bugs that make it impossible for the player to progress in the game once encountered. Softlock, on the other hand, results when the game remains somewhat playable, but the player is unable to further progress through the story.

Instructions on reporting issues to the developers of The Invincible.
Instructions on reporting issues to the developers of The Invincible.

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The devs have urged the players to report any issues encountered during their gameplay and have requested the players submit their reports, alongside their save files and a DxDiag report. The Invincible was released on PC, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series S, and Xbox Series X on November 6, 2023. Recently, eXputer sat down with Marek Markuszewski, the director of The Invincible, and discussed the details of their sci-fi thriller in an interview.

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