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How to Fix the Cutscene Bug in Driver San Francisco




Driver San Francisco is a popular action-adventure racing game that was released in 2011. The game features a unique gameplay mechanic that allows the player to shift between different cars and control them remotely. The game also has a thrilling story mode that follows the protagonist, John Tanner, as he pursues the crime lord Charles Jericho in a coma-induced dream.


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However, some players have reported a bug that prevents them from seeing the final cutscene of the game after completing the last mission, Deja Vu. This cutscene reveals the true ending of the game and is essential for understanding the plot. The bug occurs because the game fails to load the cutscene file properly. Fortunately, there is a simple way to fix this bug and enjoy the full experience of Driver San Francisco.


Steps to Fix the Cutscene Bug





  • Download the file "Final cutscene restoration.zip" from [this link]. This file contains the missing cutscene file that the game needs to play the final scene.



  • Extract the zip file using a program like WinRAR or 7-Zip. You should see a folder named "Final cutscene restoration" with two files inside: "DriverSplash.bik" and "ubisoft.bik".



  • Go to the folder where you installed Driver San Francisco. The default location is "C:\Program Files (x86)\Ubisoft\Driver San Francisco".



  • Open the folder named "Common" and then open the folder named "fmv". You should see several files with the extension ".bik". These are the video files that the game uses for cutscenes.



  • Copy and paste the two files from the "Final cutscene restoration" folder into the "fmv" folder. If you are asked to overwrite or replace any existing files, choose yes.



  • Launch Driver San Francisco and load your saved game. You should be able to see the final cutscene after completing the last mission, Deja Vu.




Alternative Method




If you do not want to download any files or modify your game folder, there is another way to fix the cutscene bug. However, this method requires you to skip the Ubisoft logo and splash screen when you start the game. Here are the steps:



  • Go to the folder where you installed Driver San Francisco.



  • Open the folder named "Common" and then open the folder named "fmv".



  • Rename or delete the files named "DriverSplash.bik" and "ubisoft.bik". These are the files that play the Ubisoft logo and splash screen when you launch the game.



  • Launch Driver San Francisco and load your saved game. You should be able to see the final cutscene after completing the last mission, Deja Vu.




Conclusion




The cutscene bug in Driver San Francisco is a minor but annoying issue that can ruin your enjoyment of the game's story mode. By following either of the methods described above, you can fix this bug and see how the game really ends. We hope this article was helpful and informative for you. If you have any questions or comments, feel free to leave them below.




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