Cloud save storage is inflicting points with some Oculus Quest 2 video games
Oculus announced that it was building a new version of its cloud storage feature for Oculus Quest 2 and other headsets after some developers noticed that it was causing issues with their games.
Earlier this week, the creators of the virtual reality puzzle game Cubism and the multiplayer cooking game Cook-Out: A Sandwich Tale discovered on Twitter that players were experiencing cloud syncing issues. Studio Cubism said it disabled cloud storage in its game, while studio Cook-Out: A Sandwich Tale told players not to delete the game or risk losing progress until the issue is resolved.
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Oculus posted a statement on its forums stating that “a new version of the cloud storage feature is currently being created”. The company advised all developers not to use the current platform’s Cloud Storage (v2) service as it “will cause some applications to fail” and gave developers instructions on how to disable the feature from the developer dashboard.
The company did not disclose when the cloud storage feature replacement will be released. In the meantime, check out the differences between the 128GB and 256GB versions of Oculus Quest 2 if you need more local storage.