How to Save Your Game in Splatoon 2
Like most modern video games these days, Splatoon 2 features an auto-save system that records your progress as you play through it. It doesn’t have a manual save system, so you won’t be able to keep multiple save slots. However, you can rest assured with the knowledge that the game will make a note of every important thing you do.
When playing through the single-player campaign, the game will only save your progress when you’ve completed a challenge. You cannot quit the game in the middle of a challenge or a boss fight. There are checkpoints in each of the challenges, but quitting the game completely and rebooting it will put you back in Inkopolis, where you’ll have to go to the world you stopped at and retry the challenge again. The game will also record your progress after each multiplayer match, as well as clothing and weapon purchases, so you don’t have to worry about losing any of your stuff.
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About Splatoon 2
Splatoon 2 is the follow-up to Splatoon, the inky shooter game released on the Wii U two years ago. Take control of a kid, splat your enemies with ink, and transform into a squid whenever you feel like it.