Bloodhunt released as Early Access through Steam on September 7, 2021, has been facing many bugs and issues such as an infinite loading screen, which if you or a friend is facing, then read our article here for a possible fix, similarly, another issue you may be facing is not being able to invite your friends to a game or a lobby even though they are listed in your friend’s list, click the like here to find out the fix that has been stated for this, however, that is not where the problems with Bloodhunt have ended as the game is crashing for many, one individual took to the steam community hub to ask for help after constantly crashing at the account registration screen.
We will explain further into this article whether a fix or patch has been issued by the developer team as of yet or not, if not then we will provide a small guide that may fix the issue but we can’t make any promises regarding this.
What is Bloodhunt?
A free-to-play battle royale game that was released on September 7, 2021, Bloodhunt has a bit of a twist to it, with Vampires, Special abilities, and a lot of lore behind the game, this is not like any other battle royale, the plot for Bloodhunt begins in Prague, where a betrayal amongst the Vampires led to an all-out war in-between them while simultaneously hunting down and being hunted by the Entity, a secret society which aims to eradicate all vampires.
How to fix crashing error in Bloodhunt?
As of right now, the developers have not released any fix or patch for the crashing issues being faced by players, we will suggest that you verify the game files, as that would rule out one possibility for the issue behind the crashing, if you don’t know how to verify game files then follow our short guide below.
Go to your Steam library
Right-Click on Bloodhunt, and select “Properties”
A window will pop up, from there select “Local Files”
Click “Verify Game Files integrity”, this shall start the process of file verification
If you have any files missing, it will prompt you and reinstall them automatically
If this does fix the issue then great but if it doesn’t then unfortunately you will have to wait for a proper patch to be released.
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