On the PC version of Far Cry 6, players are reporting an error listed as "Warm up PSO cache" making load times strangely long upon booting up the newly released game.
For those running into the issue, even after confirming that their gaming rig meets the title's system requirements, here's a breakdown of how to fix the Warm Up PSO Cache error in Far Cry 6.
Far Cry 6 Warm Up PSO Cache Error: How to Fix
Being that Far Cry 6 is yet another open-world game that is aiming to surpass players' expectations of what can be accomplished in the genre with the fictional Caribbean island of Yara, it is reasonable that loading times could take longer than most games.
However, being that this appears to be a performance issue regardless of the type of PC players have, the fix will have to be made from Ubisoft's side of things.
Until then, however, here are somethings players running into the problem should try:
- Wait 5-10 minutes for the game to load and the number to reach zero. For now, 10 minutes is a tough ask for any gamer to endure each time they want to play the game, but at least it may allow you to access it until a patch is out.
- Install the game on an SSD. For those who have installed the game on an HDD and have an SSD in their system, the latter is much faster at loading up games.
- Restart your system. Sometimes, the good old reboot is all it takes.
- Reinstall the game. The least exciting method here, reinstalling the game might be able to do the trick.
- If all else fails, it's probably best to simply wait for an official fix from Ubisoft.
Far Cry 6 is available now on PC (via Epic Games Store and Ubisoft Store), PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Google Stadia and Amazon Luna.
For more on Far Cry 6, feel free to check out our guide on how to play co-op.