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PostPosted: Sat Oct 27, 2018 11:57 pm 

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Hello, and good evening!

I decided to give a quick glance at the save files used for the recently released SoulCalibur VI, and it contains a file named GAME.sav, with a folder named 'GAME' that contains 19 additional SAV files. I created one character in-game to see which SAV their data's stored in, and it looks like they are transferred to the file named 'c98b42574c20a9ae74939f2675fc5e4d.sav'. I'm not too sure what the other files are for.

I threw the c98 SAV file into HxD to analyze the data, and it looks like it is encrypted. I compared it with the other SAV files in the GAME older, and it looks like the 1st 32 bytes are very similar in each one. So now I'm a bit stumped figuring out what encryption method was used for these files to decrypt them. I've attached my save data to this post, if anyone wants to take a look at these files for themselves.

Thank you to whomever may be of assistance to this!


76561198042237818 (SoulCalibur VI).rar [173.17 KiB]
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 27, 2018 2:15 pm 

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Updated the script to version 1.2.
SC6_Save_Enc_Decryptor_v1.2.bms [1.86 KiB]
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