Hm. That sounds like it could potentially be an overheating issue. Does the system have enough room to breath?So after all my issues yesterday, it has worked perfectly since. And I haven't restarted the PS4 nor the game. Just put the PS4 to rest a few times. Weird!
Appreciate the feedback. Overheating - I don't think that's the problem. Also, with the times it crashed, I didn't notice any increase in the fan speed. Also, when I say 'crash', it usually stopped on a loading screen, load icon still spinning, but nothing happening. Able to quit program and start again no worries. So not a full on console freeze.Hm. That sounds like it could potentially be an overheating issue. Does the system have enough room to breath?
Alternatively, it is possible that something wasn't quite installed fully yet. I'm noticing that it's becoming pretty common for things to install in the "background" while the system is being used actively for other things (like actually playing the game that's being installed ). While it technically does "work"...at times...it's very unsound reasoning. Doing so actually requires a LOT of system resources to be available, and it's very likely that a console (and most PCs) will not be able to complete the process without needing to suspend it. Suspending an installation process is not a "good thing". In general, I'd leave the system completely unused while anything is installing. (No idea if this even applies to your situation; just throwing it out there.)
Please check out the suggestions from the support website:Same here. Game crashes on PS4 Pro almost every single session :/ I don't remember such situation since PS4 launch and think Sony should interviene here..
Same here. If I wouldn't like the Witcher universe and the idea of this game so much, I'd already quit playing it and asked for a refund.Same thing, i loved CDPR so much, but thronebreaker is unplayable on PS4Pro.
Already tried to reload console and game.