How to Save Your Game in Dying Light
Dying Light’s open world is vast and you can find yourself accomplishing a ton in a short period of time. You wouldn’t want to lose all of that progress, would you? That’s right, make sure to keep your save data on point in the world. But how can you make sure that you won’t lose any of your progress?
Well, Dying Light does have an auto-save feature that will save the game for you after quests and during certain points in the world. Whenever you pick up a collectible, too, you’ll have the autosave kick in. However, if you want to stop and haven’t had an auto-save pop up in awhile, you’re going to want to head to a hideout/safe house. Find a bed somewhere in the world. Just get your character to rest his poor head and you’ll trigger the game to keep track of all your progress.
That’s how you can force it if you need to leave right away. But, you know, always keep in mind that the modern day marvel of automatically saving will take effect every once in awhile.
Rest easy, your data is safe now. That’s all there is to saving your game in Dying Light! If you need any more help with the game, let us know down below!
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