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Does the game remember your scores and statistics if you remove a CDLC?


Shroud

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I realise this is a noob question, but I just want to be sure before I lose my stats.

I am already starting to have an unwieldy long list of CDLC in my RS, so I've been thinking... if I organize my CDLC in subfolders for example by genre, and then on a given day move away some folders and leave only those I feel like playing, so that the in-game list is shorter, will Rocksmith lose the statistics (percentages, number of play, favourites) of the CDLC from the removed folders or will it remember them when I put them back to the game folder?

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29 minutes ago, Shroud said:

I realise this is a noob question, but I just want to be sure before I lose my stats.

I am already starting to have an unwieldy long list of CDLC in my RS, so I've been thinking... if I organize my CDLC in subfolders for example by genre, and then on a given day move away some folders and leave only those I feel like playing, so that the in-game list is shorter, will Rocksmith lose the statistics (percentages, number of play, favourites) of the CDLC from the removed folders or will it remember them when I put them back to the game folder?

Thanks!

Yep it'll keep them. I've got 2 separate dlc folders I swap between and it'll save scores, favorites, play count and everything with no issues.

I think it's saved based on arrangement ID (and maybe dlc key?) so as long as you don't rebuild the songs in the toolkit, or use the "preserve stats" option in cfsm for repairs they should stay.

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