Fix Humankind Crash at Loading Screen Error 2020.3.7f1_dd97f2c94397

Harry S
Harry S

Humankind quickly rose to the Steam best-seller on the day of launch. It’s a strategy game where the players make crucial decisions that determines how the game plays. Last night, the concurrent players on the game were above 55K, making it one of the most successful games in the past month. While the game is mostly bug-free, there is a game-breaking problem the Humankind crash at loading screen with error 2020.3.7f1_dd97f2c94397.

A lot of users have reported that the game loads to 90% and then crashes, other reports that they can’t make it past the loading screen and get the error 2020.3.7f1_dd97f2c94397 after the crash. Thankfully, if you have encountered this error or the problem there are certain things you may be able to do.

Fix Humankind Unity Error 2020.3.7f1_dd97f2c94397 and Crash at Loading Screen

Before you proceed with resolving the loading screen crash with Humankind, we suggest that you update the graphics card driver and the OS as there is a chance an outdated driver may be causing the issue with the game engine and leading to the crash.

It’s been highlighted by the developers that if you participated in the OpenDev or the Beta and still have those files on your computer, it will cause issues while launching the game. You need to delete those files to fix the problem. You can find the files at \Users\[username]\Documents\Humankind\. Once you are at the location delete the Mankind folder and the error may go away.

There are a bunch of other programs that can be conflicting with the Unity engine and leading to the Humankind Unity Error 2020.3.7f1_dd97f2c94397. We suggest that you specifically disable the Logitech RGB and AMD software. But, if the game fails to launch after disabling the two software, perform a clean booth so you are sure it isn’t third-party software conflicting with the game. Here are the steps:

  1. Press Windows Key + R and type msconfig, hit Enter
  2. Go to the Services tab
  3. Check Hide all Microsoft services
  4. Now, click Disable all
  5. Go to the Startup tab and click on Open Task Manager
  6. Disable one task at a time and restart the system.

After reboot, check if Mankind crash at loading screen still occurs. If it does, your best hope is to wait for a patch from the developers. If something has worked for you, share them in the comments section.  

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By Harry S
I have been gaming for as long as I can remember starting with Dr. Mario and Doom. On QM Games, I am the Admin, Developer, Tech Guy, and occasionally a Writer. I handle everything that makes the website run in its current state. I am also one of the founders of the website.
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