Fabiola Rodriguez
2020-10-09 08:08:40

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Guide to learn how to save your game in Baldur's Gate 3

 For those who do not know Baldur's Gate 3 this game developed by Larian Studios. This game is still in its game stage, so new extensions will still come to enjoy the game much more. Considering how comprehensive the Early Access version is, you will definitely want to log your progress at some point so in this guide we will teach you How to Save Your Game Successfully. Stay to find out!

How to save your game in Baldur's Gate 3?

In case you're wondering, the game has an automatic save. At virtually any time before you are about to enter a combat encounter, or when you discover a new area, chances are high that the game will automatically record your progress.

To verify that this is happening, look for the automatic save notification on your screen, which lets you know that the game is currently saving.

Another way to manually save your game by going to the menu with the Esc key, then clicking the Save Game option. You'll see all of your save slots, including any automatic saves that the game has generated for you so far.
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Another technique that many players use is to rewrite your games in the save menu. Once you have done that, you can safely exit the game. The next time you load the game, you can select one of your save slots and continue from there.

One important thing to know is that your early access files won't carry over to the full release of Baldur's Gate 3 when it's ready, so don't get too attached to your characters and progress as you explore.

  Now that you know how to save your game in Baldur's Gate 3 you can verify that your games are perfectly saved without worrying that your progress has been lost. Luck!

Microsoft Windows PC, Stadia, macOS
Larian Studios
Larian Studios
Release date:
6 October 2020
Single-player, multiplayer
age rating (PEGI):

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