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Hi there and thanks for posting.
Could you let me know what platform you are on please? Does
the game crash at the same point every time? If it does, can you let me know what happens in the run up to the crash?
Thanks for the info! As you’re on PC, have you tried
verifying your files? Could you also send me you Steam ID to start with so I
can do some investigation my side. If verifying your files doesn’t work, could
you send me in any crash dumps you have and your DXDiag and Hardware settings
please? You can find the information on how to send us the information in this thread
Validating F1 2018 downloaded correctly
Open Steam and go to the Library tab.
Right click on F1 2018 and select
Go to the Local Files tab and click
verify integrity of game files.
How to find your Steam ID
Click “Steam” in the top left corner of
In the Steam Settings popup select
Put a tick in the “Display Steam URL
address bar when available” tickbox
Close the popup by clicking “OK”
In the Steam client click on your
“Steam Name” and select “Profile”
Your Steam User ID is the long number
at the end of the displayed URL
How to find your Steam ID if you
have a custom URL
1. Log in
to your Steam account.
2. In your
steam interface, click on your username in the top right corner, then click
viewing your profile, select "Edit Profile"
down to "Custom URL" and delete the profile URL you've set.
down, hit "Save Changes"
6. Once the
page has refreshed, your profile URL will have your assigned Steam ID. Please
send this to us.
8. Make sure to re-enter your “Custom URL”
afterwards and reset this to your previous custom URL.
Hi again and thanks for sending that through! We would like
to take a look at your save game, could you send that through to us as well
please? You should be able to find how to do that in this thread again.
I had a similar issue, where I would load my career and just as I started a session, the game would crash to desktop with no error message. I tried the change from full screen to windowed mode and that some times worked. In the end it turned out that my antivirus, Bitdefender, had started to block .exe files from running. Once I made exceptions for these files, the crashing to desktop completely stopped. No issues since. Cheers.