Enable cloud synchronising within Uplay, and Far Cry 3 will sync your saves to the cloud. This will help with moving the game from one computer to another, and in my case, time to format :P
It's not working for me cuz when it's synchrinising i can't load any save game and i have to start all from beggining : (
unitil recently i had a non uplay version of Far cry 3 and the save files were in
in a form of Save001.sav files + saves.ini file
now i have uplay and the save files are in
C:\Program Files (x86)\Ubisoft\Ubisoft Game Launcher\savegames\259a5db5-7212-4685-bf3d-e0602cac8a01\46
in the form of 1.save + 1.save.metadata files.
the question is - how can i put a save from my previous version (.sav files) so it would work on the uplay version?
I have the same issue as ATSRA. Any Ideas?
I also have the same issue as ASTRA, and try to renamo the files, convert the .sav to .save and nothing. I am restarting the history mode ¬¬.
Any ideas please?
I would like to know the same. I have to reinstall my PC because of a virus and I would like to transfer my save games from Far Cry 3.
I do not have an Orbit folder on my PC. Do you guys know where to find my save games? Thanks!
I have the same issue has the few people above me. I understand the fight against piracy, I really do. It is a fight against the people or pirate solely to get it for free, not to try the game. The system Ubisoft has setup punishes those who ended up buying the game BECAUSE we tried it, encouraging people not to buy the game and continue on with the pirated version /rant end. It would be nice to have a fix of some kind. I would hate to start all over :/ If anybody knows how to fix it, please let us know
Exactly the same issue, had the DC version then i bought it off uplay. now saves are gone and need to transfer them between the two versions
Originally Posted by atsra
Yes!!! Folks there appears to be a converter for the save games, reloaded to Uplay etc.
That is simply not true, as no responsible person should install a pirated version of a game in order to try a game. That's why there are demos, gameplay videos and reviews. And even a second-hand game market.
Originally Posted by Yolowolf
It's a tad cynical to ask a publisher for support on migrating to a genuine version of a game from a pirated version.