Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord

Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord

I reinstalled the game and my saves are gone
As title says, I reinstalled the game and my saves are gone. I did have cloud enabled and I can see the cloud has about 200mbs in it. I don't know if that's for all games or just Bannerlord, though.
Originally posted by elysebluemoon_TW:
Can you try creating a new campaign, save and check if your new save file appears on the Load menu?
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Gollum Sep 16 @ 5:24am 
Reinstalled game and save's are gone
As title says, I reinstalled the game and my saves are gone. I did have cloud enabled and I can see the cloud has about 200mbs in it. I don't know if that's for all games or just Bannerlord, though.
Jimmy Sep 16 @ 5:32am 
backup saves next time it may have saved to cloud but not sure it will work
Gollum Sep 16 @ 5:40am 
Originally posted by Jimmy:
backup saves next time it may have saved to cloud but not sure it will work

Why would I backup saves when I have cloud enabled.
Jimmy Sep 16 @ 5:44am 
Originally posted by Gollum:
Originally posted by Jimmy:
backup saves next time it may have saved to cloud but not sure it will work

Why would I backup saves when I have cloud enabled.
the folder
Gollum Sep 16 @ 5:47am 
Originally posted by Jimmy:
Originally posted by Gollum:

Why would I backup saves when I have cloud enabled.
the folder
I know, I'm asking you why I would do that if I have cloud enabled. It's a bit of a weird and unnecessary "captain hindsight" comment.
Gollum Sep 16 @ 6:48am 
Bump
Originally posted by Gollum:
Originally posted by Jimmy:
the folder
I know, I'm asking you why I would do that if I have cloud enabled. It's a bit of a weird and unnecessary "captain hindsight" comment.
Because the cloud is unreliable, and a poor choice for some games (especially those with large save files) or people with slow upload speeds.
Jimmy Sep 16 @ 8:05am 
Originally posted by Khan Boyzitbig of Mercia:
Originally posted by Gollum:
I know, I'm asking you why I would do that if I have cloud enabled. It's a bit of a weird and unnecessary "captain hindsight" comment.
Because the cloud is unreliable, and a poor choice for some games (especially those with large save files) or people with slow upload speeds.
yep thanks for explaining it to him
nextime use steamcloud for your savegames.
Gollum Sep 16 @ 8:41am 
Originally posted by Matsumoto松本:
nextime use steamcloud for your savegames.
Did you read my post?

"I did have cloud enabled and I can see the cloud has about 200mbs in it."
How to view your Steam Cloud
This can even be done very easily in the browser:
The address is https://store.steampowered.com/account/remotestorage.
There you have to log in with your Steam account if you have not already done so.
You will then see all cloud storage statuses in a clear list including the total size of all files.
It is practical that you can download the saved games there individually if necessary. This is done by selecting "Show files" to the right of it.
You will then see all individual scores of the title in a list and can download them separately.
How to view your Steam Cloud
This can even be done very easily in the browser:
The address is https://store.steampowered.com/account/remotestorage.
There you have to log in with your Steam account if you have not already done so.
You will then see all cloud storage statuses in a clear list including the total size of all files.
It is practical that you can download the saved games there individually if necessary. This is done by selecting "Show files" to the right of it.
You will then see all individual scores of the title in a list and can download them separately.
Gollum Sep 16 @ 9:40am 
Originally posted by Matsumoto松本:
How to view your Steam Cloud
This can even be done very easily in the browser:
The address is https://store.steampowered.com/account/remotestorage.
There you have to log in with your Steam account if you have not already done so.
You will then see all cloud storage statuses in a clear list including the total size of all files.
It is practical that you can download the saved games there individually if necessary. This is done by selecting "Show files" to the right of it.
You will then see all individual scores of the title in a list and can download them separately.

My Bannerlord saves are there and I noticed they are also in my Documents\Mount and Blade II Bannerlord\Game Saves\Native but they are not in-game
Gollum Sep 16 @ 9:41am 
Originally posted by Matsumoto松本:
How to view your Steam Cloud
This can even be done very easily in the browser:
The address is https://store.steampowered.com/account/remotestorage.
There you have to log in with your Steam account if you have not already done so.
You will then see all cloud storage statuses in a clear list including the total size of all files.
It is practical that you can download the saved games there individually if necessary. This is done by selecting "Show files" to the right of it.
You will then see all individual scores of the title in a list and can download them separately.
My Bannerlord saves are there and I noticed they are also in my Documents\Mount and Blade II Bannerlord\Game Saves\Native but they are not in-game
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Can you try creating a new campaign, save and check if your new save file appears on the Load menu?
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