How To Load Save Games With Starcraft 2 Campaign Crack
In less than five hours after the game was launched (Nuclear Launch detected!) in Europe, a hard working hacker from Romania cracked the game allowing bypass of the login screen and direct access to the campaign. We don’t recommend playing the game without a license, Amazon has a special offer with express shipping so go ahead and buy Starcraft 2: Wings of Liberty. As you’ll read below, the offsets of this crack are: no multiplayer (!), no save games, no achievements. In addition, there is no way of playing skirmish games versus AI at the time, just the Tutorials and the terran campaign, Wings Of Liberty.
In case you want to test the game out and that’s why you are using the crack, you might notice that after the few (or more) missions played, when you finally gave your good ol’ PC a rest, there was no option to save the game and load later on to continue your progress. Many people were distressed and called the crack useless, but we got a fix to this problem.
The solution is quite simple, even if there is no Load Save Game option, as you never had an ID. Luckily however, the game autosaves often, including after each mission is complete. These saves are stored on your personal Starcraft 2 folder, and can be used to start the game by dragging them on your SC2 shortcut or double clicking (right click -> Run as Administrator in Vista/ Win7).
So here’s the fix in easy steps:
For Windows Xp
Go to My Documets / Starcraft2 / Saves and load the save file. This your most recent mission, and will load the game right to the point after you finished it. Note that any pre-mission progress you’ve done is not saved (like buying upgrades you talking to characters), so just quit the game right after finishing a mission and leave the “adventure” part for your next starcrafting session.
Go to My Documents / Starcraft2 / Saves / Unsaved
Sort items by date, pick and use latest save.
For Windows Vista / Windows 7
Go to C:\Users\[user]\Documents\StarCraft II\Saves
Double click or drag and drop on SC2 shortcut the save game. It should be named something like LibertyCampaignSave.SC2Save.
Use a save from the Unsaved directory. Sort items by date to figurer out which is the latest, or the one you want.
Hope this helps, be sure to check out other useful Starcraft 2 articles below at Related Posts. And purchase the game if you like it! You can also do this digitally, with no physical DVD needed. “It’s about time!”