How to Save Your Game in Uncharted: The Lost Legacy
Uncharted: The Lost Legacy is quite the adventure. Chloe and Nadine get into a ton of trouble all along their journey, and the game can be really tough at some points, as a result. Thus, you’re going to want to make sure you save often. It’s also not that short, so what ever will you do if you need to stop playing? Never stop for the full five to eight hours? Don’t worry, though, saving your game is really easy to do.
The game (like most games in this modern time we’re living in) uses an auto-save and checkpoints system to track your progress. Ah, the wonders of not having to worry about keeping your data. If you want to manually save, though, you can always pause the game (by pushing Options), head over to Save Game, selecting your save slot, and watching the wizardry happen.
If you die, you’ll be sent back to the closest checkpoint. These are parts in the game that its designated as “good enough” for you to start back up from. They’re usually found before challenging sections in the game, like a really hard puzzle or fight.
Don’t be ashamed of asking for help with Uncharted: The Lost Legacy! Be sure to come back if you have any other questions from your time with the game.