Originally released for PS3 and Xbox 360, Catherine is back with the remaster Catherine Full Body, which comes packed with tons of new content and a new girl named Rin. Here’s how to save your game in Catherine Full Body.
How to Save in Catherine Full Body
Just like in the original game, there are two main ways to save your game in Catherine Full Body.
First, when you’re in the exploration part of the game, you’ll have access to Vincent’s phone. You can take his phone out by pressing the Triangle button (or Y button if you’re on Xbox One). Then, just choose the Data option on the phone to save your game from there.
Secondly, you can also save your game in Catherine Full Body when you’re doing the puzzle sections. While you can’t save your data in the middle of a puzzle, you’ll be able to record your progress in between each puzzle, when you reach the landings.
Before going into the confessional booth and proceeding to the next puzzle, examine the book near the entrance of the area to record your progress, allowing you to quit out of the game without having to worry your progress has been lost.
Catherine Full Body gives you quite a lot of save slots to work with, and we definitely recommend making full use of them just in case you need to go back to an earlier point in the story, especially as you start getting more important questions to answer near the end.
Aside from that, it’s also worth noting that the game doesn’t feature any auto-save functionality, so make sure to record your data as frequently as possible to avoid losing anything.
That’s all you need to know about how to save your game in Catherine Full Body. Be sure to search for Twinfinite for more tips, tricks and information on the game.