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Octopath Traveler: How to Transfer Save Data from Prologue Demo

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Octopath Traveler: How to Transfer Save Data from Prologue Demo

How to Transfer Save Data from Prologue Demo in Octopath Traveler

If you check your Switch eShop right now, you’ll be able to download the free Prologue Demo for Octopath Traveler, the upcoming JRPG from Square Enix. With Octopath Traveler, players will get to play as eight different characters, who come packed with their own unique backstories and combat abilities. The Prologue Demo is three hours long, and it allows you to explore the prologue chapters for all eight characters. Once your time is up, your data will be saved, and you can even transfer your progress to the full version of Octopath Traveler once it releases.

To do this, first you need a copy Octopath Traveler, which officially launches on Nintendo Switch on July 13. Just boot up the game, and once you reach the main menu, the game will automatically ask if you want to transfer your data. There’s also an option from the main menu that lets you do so, just in case you missed the prompt the first time. Just pick the demo save file that you want to transfer, and the game will load it up, letting you jump straight back into your adventure from where you last left off in the demo. You’ll have all your recruited characters, levels, and equipment and money you amassed along the way. It’s as easy as that. You’ll also be able to save your game regularly, and you no longer need to have the Prologue Demo installed on your Switch. Always good if you’re struggling for storage space for all of those downloadable games.

That’s pretty much all you need to know about transferring your save data from the Prologue Demo in Octopath Traveler. Be sure to search for Twinfinite or check our wiki for more information on the game.

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