Ghost of Tsushima – one of the most awaited games in 2020 has finally released. And although the game has had a great reception with few errors and bugs, some users are reporting the game crashing either with the error code CE-34878-0 or without. Ghost of Tsushima crashing on PS4 can happen due to a range of reasons from progression bug, an error with the PS4 system software, corrupted game files, bad storage device to scratched disk. While some of these problems are severe and may not happen with all the players, it’s worth a shot to look at all possibilities.
Fix Ghost of Tsushima Crashing on PS4
Here are all the fix you can try to resolve the crashing problem with Ghost of Tsushima.
- Restart the console
To restart the PS4, press the power button and allow it to power down. Remove the power cords and hold the power button again for 10 seconds. Allow the PS4 to rest for a while and connect the power cords. Fire it up and launch the game. Most people will eliminate the error simply by this step.
- Load Saved Game
Most of the problems reported on the game is thought to be progression bug. The error is only encountered by users who mistakenly trigger the bug. So, it best that you save your progress on a regular interval as you play. And if you encounter the crash, return to the old saved files and try playing again in an attempt to not trigger the same progression bug again.
- Update Ghost of Tsushima to Latest Patch
If you have encounter the error at the time of writing this post, it’s unlikely that a new patch will be available. However, there is not harm in checking. From the game library, hover over Ghost of Tsushima and press the Options button on the controller. In the menu, click on Check for update. If there is an update for the game, download it.
- Check the Disk
If the disk is scratched or physically damaged you could face the problem of the game crashing. Hence, ensure that the integrity of the disk is intact.
- Update the PS4
Ghost of Tsushima Crashing on PS4 also occurs when the PS4 is outdated, so ensure that you have the latest software for the device. Press and hold the power button, release when you hear the second beep. This will start the PS4 in Safe Mode. Select Update System Software and select the storage device. You can refer this page to update PS4 software.
- Clear Cache on PS4
Cache are temporary files on the PS4 that enhance the performance of games. These files can sometimes be corrupted and lead to errors. You need to clear cache, but there is no way to do it on the PS4. Instead, you have to hard reset the PS4 to clear cache. Turn off the PS4 completely and disconnect the power cords. Let the PS4 rest for 30 seconds. Now, connect the power cord and restart the PS4. Your cache is cleared and the Ghost of Tsushima crashing should not happen.
- Reinstall the Game
Finally, if nothing has worked, you need to reinstall the game itself. Corrupt or missing game files can lead to the error. So, reinstall the game to fix the error.
- Install the Original Hard Drive
If you have upgraded the hard drive or removed the original that came with the PS4 for some reasons, you need to reinstall it to fic the error.
Hope the above steps have resolved your error.