Downloaded from PSN. It installs, loads, etc. But it freezes the whole console at the same point every time right after the opening cutscene - when it tells you to move with the "L" stick and move the camera with the "R" stick. Yeah, I knew that. What I don't know is why this game that I payed over $60 for won't work when I've had no other problems with psn. I'm currently re-downloading it and seeing if that helps. If it doesn't I can get a refund right? I mean$60 for an opening cutscene!!!? Any other suggestions are appreciated. Thanks.
Launch system. I know some people might think, "Oh well that's why it's not working", but I havent had any other problems. I actually erased another dl game because the faq said double the space required is reccommended. I think it might have something to do with Uplay, which has never worked right for me.
Uplay is crap in all the times I've messed with it. I've played two games that had uplay and it was pretty dang awful
Walk away and let it do its thing and do not click download in background. Hope that helps, good luck.
I'm always hooked up with ehthernet. But I'm going to try to download it one more time and see if I can try it your way. This is really annoying because I've never had a problem with downloaded games before. But I had almost the exact same experience with AC3 on PC. If re-d/l again doesn't work I'll have to trya and contact them, which seems like a nightmare being on hold forever...Bottom line is theyt can't possibly expect p-eople to pay for broken games. It freezes in the same place every time!
Redownloaded following those instructions and it's the exact same thing. I'm going to re-d/l one more time and then disconnect before I start the game to avoid the mandatory update just to see if that works. PRobably won't considering nothing else has.
WARNING! Do not dispute the transaction with your credit card because if they do not make the payment your psn account will get banned, more than likely permanently.
Next time you are buying a big title game like this keep this situation in mind. Physical copies always have and always will trump digital downloads.