I had this issue as well. In my case, it turns out its at least somewhat related to how windows handles the power and data transmission settings to the SSD (or in this case NvME?) which forces the drivers to reset, which causes a pagefile reset, which with a large amount of RAM (anything over 8 GB) caused my game to crash. So I can at least give you some good pointers to look into.
1) Open up windows task manager. (Right click on the task bar, and from the menu, click Task Manager) If you don't see any program details other then just names, click the more details down arrow.
2.) Click on the performance tab, and click on the disk that has the game installed. This will show the percentage that a disk is being accessed. It should show up as a moving graph in the right pane.
3.) Start the game, and play as usual. When/if the game crashes, check to see if the disk usage is maxed out.
I don't want to go into many more details, but this is a good place to start! If your drive is maxed out, there are a few different resources I can point you at, but they are very technical. I just hope that maybe we can help the devs get this bug fixed! ( I dont know if its with just this game, or if its a windows thing.... could be either, or both! )