Civ 6 (with mods) is the most crashiest game i have ever played.
The issues I had for this were solved once I went to Microsoft Support and followed killing all startup programs (besides Microsoft). Apparently the launcher took over my computer. After that, it's been fine ever since.
Don't know if this will help, but I bet it has to do with the start-up program spam.
EDIT: Sorry, to directly answer your question, not a *single* crash between turns ever since, even with a good number of mods.
Aristos, do you not experience ANY next turn crashes?
I only ask because I have seen a lot of players posting in steam forums saying crashing is not a problem because it only happens rarely, and they are happy to reload. Stability of a program is important, and nobody should be enabling bad practice - they need to be called out for it. It is not acceptable .
To be honest, and as much as I criticize Civ 6, I have rarely seen a crash, not lately anyways. Of course, I did not run the stupid launcher even once, as soon as I knew they released such monstrosity, I immediately researched how to get rid of it before launching the game.
I very rarely suffer crashes with Civ 6. This has actually been true through the entire lifetime of the game, on my PC - which is not even super high end, I would say - it's been remarkably stable right from vanilla launch. It's not like I never have crashes, but they are very rare, and during the last 6 months, they almost exclusively seem to happen right after starting the game and loading a saved game and hitting next turn too quickly. And this in spite of the fact that I play with a plethora of mods activated at the same time. I have disabled the launcher, however.I have tried bypassing launcher, dx 11 and dx12, no mods, no auto saves, updated graphics drivers, fullscreen and borderless windows. It still crashes randomly on next turn.
Is there anyone who can honestly say they don't have ANY crashes between turns? ...because I would really like to know your set up.
So 'rarely' - ie you do have crashes. Bypassing the launcher does not stop crashes. It might be the cause of some crashes, but the game still crashes on next turn. Just go and look at the steam forum page and see how many people are experiencing crashes. It can't be explained by people having something wrong with their pc.
The game never once crashed for me in four years before the April patch. And now I get the same crash as everyone else. Sure, I could ignore it because it is rare and I can reload and continue but I expect better. There is absolutely no excuse for not prioritizing crash issues in popular software. I am angry at firaxis, and I am also angry at the apologists who enable them.