How to Save Your Game in Resident Evil 2
The fully remade version of Resident Evil 2 is finally out now for PS4, Xbox One, and PC, and we are so excited to jump into this frightening re-imagining of the 1998 classic. Here’s how to save your game in Resident Evil 2.
While you play this survival horror experience with either Leon Kennedy or Claire Redfield, you will have to save your progress whenever possible, because let me tell you, this game is not a walk in the park. You will more than likely end up dying from time to time and that’s okay, just make sure to save your game when you can.
To save your game in Resident Evil 2, you must interact with a typewriter that you’ll find scattered around the police department and other areas in the game. You can save using those at no cost. There’s also an auto-save system, and you’ll know that you’ve reached a checkpoint when you see the small, spinning white circle in the top left corner of the screen.
However, if you’re playing on Hardcore difficulty, you’ll only be able to save at typewriters by using ink ribbons.
That’s all you need to know about saving your game in Resident Evil 2.
For more tips, tricks, and help, make to check out our ever-growing expansive wiki guide on the game right here. It’s full of handy dandy information that will surely make your terrifying adventure through the Raccoon City Police Department a little bit easier.
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Question: How do you save your game in Resident Evil 2?
Answer: To save your game, all you have to do is interact with any of the typewriters that are scattered around the game. You will need an ink ribbon in order to save if you are playing on Hardcore mode. The game will also auto-save when you reach a checkpoint.