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Charles Vlasov
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Asphalt 8 Cloud Savel


Before this (and currently, if you're not subscribed to Nintendo Switch Online), save data remained tied the console itself (unless you transferred it manually or performed a System Transfer to move all your data to a new Switch, of course). Unfortunately, not all games are compatible with the service due to concerns over potential cheating. In this day and age it's curious that there isn't a better solution than to remove the feature entirely, but there's a growing selection of titles which don't support Nintendo Switch Online cloud saves, and it includes some big first-party titles.




Asphalt 8 Cloud Savel



Below is a list of all the titles that are incompatible with its Nintendo Switch Online Cloud Save feature and can't have their save data backed up in the cloud. All of the following games have been verified via our personal library or the Switch eShop:


They really should do partial cloud saves for animal crossing, like even if they want to avoid cloning they could still let you save the badges and catalog to back-up into the cloud should something go wrong


@ShinyUmbreon Funnily enough it's LG Pikachu for me whereas LG Eevee doesn't have cloud saves on my end even though neither should. I have no idea how this happened, both games are up-to-date and bought new, in original shrink wrap, in a brick and mortar shop.


After cross referencing some conflicting NOA and NOE sources and checking our own consoles where possible, I've removed several games from the list and, as suggested, added notes about developer solutions that aren't part of Nintendo's cloud save feature.


I own both LG Eevee and LG Pikachu, but somehow only LG Pikachu offers cloud backup for me, Eevee doesn't. I haven't checked whether it actually works because I feel like this must be some sort of mistake and don't want to take any chances, but the option is there (says save isn't backed up yet and when I click that it shows the usual upload/download cloud backup save screen). Which makes it all the more quirky that Eevee cloud backup works for ShinyUmbreon since it doesn't for me (as should be the case). Can't say I'm doing anything questionable/use anything unauthorised with my consoles or accounts either so no idea what's up with all this.


The cloud save restored my old career progress, level, money, and cars appeared on my Windows 8 system. Actually, the save recovered from the cloud was only on tier 11 of the campaign as opposed to my actual phone status of tier 13. But slightly old save or not, it still saved me hours and hours of time in the Windows 8 game.


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I play March of Empires, i have multiple accounts on different devices. I recently tried all the steps here, deleted game, made a new Apple ID and new Game Center Id, turned off icloud. i then reinstalled game which still showed to be downloading from the cloud. I did all this 3 times and old game keeps coming back up. Help would be greatly appreciated.


Ecosystem remains king, even in gaming. When it comes to game distribution and development, the services offered by the major vendors are hugely important. As mobile gaming matures, players want access to achievements, matching, and cloud saves. Putting that information on centralized servers allows gamers to know that when they buy a new phone or pick up their tablet, their Angry Birds scores will still be there.


The subscription requirement for cloud saves is similar to what Sony requires on the PlayStation 4 with PlayStation Plus. Microsoft is the only one of the three console manufacturers to not require a paid subscription for cloud saves, nor do users have to remember to manually upload them. 350c69d7ab


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