LittleBigPlanet 2 glitches reported

Media Molecule working on a fix.

LittleBigPlanet2 has launched with a disruptive bug that traps some users on a never-ending loading screen.

According to a thread on the LittleBigWorkshop forum, the glitch kicks in when you try to connect with other players online.

A number of posts on Media Molecule's Twitter feed confirm that the developer is aware of the problem and is working on a fix.

In the meantime, Joystiq has reported a quick work-around. If you're confronted with the endless loading screen, turn off your controller, wait for the stage to load, then turn it back on.

The developer's Twitter feed also highlighted another problem some users are experiencing and how to get around it. "Big craft earth stuck in your Pod? Quit game, log out of PSN, restart game, log back into PSN," read the post.

Media Molecule's delightful DIY platforming sequel launched on PlayStation 3 earlier this week, winning a near perfect 9/10 from Eurogamer's Simon Parkin.

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