You appear to be using a custom build. We don’t provide support for unofficial builds here. Please double check whether the same issue occurs on the latest Citra Nightly or Citra Canary. If it does, upload a log file using one of those builds.
I’ve just done a clean install of both versions. Deleting my previous build (I had installed a long time ago without any clean install, but could still be updated?) and extracting the new one (which is the latest version of both Canary and Nightly.) I hope everything’s fine now!
I also tried to run the game after reinstalling Citra, but the same error appeared.
(By the way, this morning I got these new versions of Citra in the official GitHub, of course! Maybe replacing some files of that old build with other files from a newer version could’ve made it look like it was a custom build… But I’m not sure.)
Citra Version: Nightly 1831 | HEAD-0f6478a-dirty
Try manually wiping Citra’s installation folder. Cuz you’re still using something modified here.
If so, it wouldn’t have the -dirty strapped to the name.
Regardless, this is what the official tag should be: Citra Version: Nightly 1831 | HEAD-0f6478a
This is yours: Citra Version: Nightly 1831 | HEAD-0f6478a-dirty
I’ve tried the Windows Installer version of Citra (now using Nightly 1832). I just tried the game again, without success… But I just checked the log file and I see it doesn’t have that “dirty” suffix anymore.
If there’s any other issue, I will try again…