Death Stranding has been a total enigma for the better part of the last four years, but the game is finally releasing this week. It follows the story of Sam Porter Bridges as he travels all over the USA in an attempt to reconnect society and bring the country back together. Of course, you can’t do that all in one sitting. Here’s how to save your game in Death Stranding.
How to Save Your Game in Death Stranding
Like most other modern video games these days, Death Stranding does indeed feature an auto-save feature. Whenever you reach key locations in the game or reach an important part of the story, a logo will pop up in the bottom right corner, indicating that your progress is currently being recorded.
The auto-save function doesn’t kick in all that frequently, though, so you’ll want to make use of the manual save function whenever you can.
To record your progress manually, bring up the map screen by pressing the Options button, then press left on the d-pad to open the menu. From here, choose the Save option, then press X to record your progress. You can also load a previous file from here.
At this point, you’ll be able to quit out of the game safely. Whenever you want to continue your journey in Death Stranding, just boot it up, load your game, and you’ll start from where you last left off.
Considering how lengthy this game can be, you’ll definitely want to record your progress as often as you can.
To recap, here’s how to save your game in Death Stranding:
- Bring up the map screen with the Options button.
- Press left on the d-pad to bring up the menu.
- Choose the Save option to record your progress.
That’s all you need to know about how to save your game in Death Stranding. Be sure to check our Death Stranding guide wiki for more tips and information on the game.
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