Fix: Fallout Shelter crashes on Xbox One
Fallout Shelter is an addictive game that puts you in control of a state-of-the-art underground Vault. As a player, you’ll need to build the perfect Vault, keep your Dwellers happy, and protect them from the dangers of the Wasteland. Keep them alive and they’ll thank you for it.
Originally launched in 2015, the game is now available on both the Xbox One and Windows PC. Both versions include all the features and improvements that Bethesda has added since 2015. There are many special Dweller customization options, Quests, and mysterious caves to uncover and explore.
At the same time, Fallout Shelter also bring a series of issues of its own, limiting the gaming experience.
Fallout Shelter crashes on Xbox One
Perhaps the most frequently encountered issue is the constant crashing on launch. This bug appears to be prevalent for the Xbox One. Here’s how one user describes this issue:
I’m having serious issues with the game so far, from the unusually slow download times to the game crashing when it hits the Main Menu. I’ve tried uninstalling and reinstalling it, but nothing seems to work for me. Is anybody having the same issue or know how to go about this? (You know, besides sitting around patiently waiting for it to work)
Fix Fallout Shelter crashes
- Uninstall the game
- Switch your Xbox to power save mode
- Restart the console
- Download Fallout Shelter again.
Players confirm this method really works. So, if you’re experiencing crashes, follow the steps listed above and see if this fixes the problem.
Only way I could get it to work was by uninstalling, switching my Xbox to power save mode, restarting Xbox, then downloading. Constant close to desktop with instant on, works like a charm now that it’s power save.
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