As you’re making your way through each of the six new locations in Hitman 3, there will no doubt come a time where you want to save your progress. Whether it’s to have a break from the ‘World of Assassination’ or just so you can quickly return to a particular point or in case you mess up your stealthy run, you’ll no doubt want to know how to manually save your progress, as well as when the game auto-saves, so you don’t have to retrace any of your steps. In this guide, we’ll talk you through how to save your game in Hitman 3.
How to Save Your Game
Hitman 3 features both an auto-save feature, as well as the option to manually save your progress as and when you want during a level.
The game will auto-save your progress semi-regularly, often after you make significant progress in a level. For example, it might be when you kill a target, enter a new area of that locale, change your outfit, or pick up a new item. You’ll know the game is auto-saving by the barcode icon that appears in the bottom right-hand corner of the screen, alongside the word ‘Saving.’ This will change to a tick and ‘Saved’ when the auto-save has completed.
How to Manually Save in Hitman 3
If you’d rather save your progress at another point, it’s possible to do this at any time by pressing the Options button on PS4/PS5 and the Menu button Xbox One/ Xbox Series X|S and selecting the ‘Save’ option.
From here, select a file slot that you wish to save in, and press X/ A. Then you’ll be free to exit out of the game, and pick up from where you left off next time you load up the game.
That’s everything you need to know on how to save your game in Hitman 3. For more tips, tricks and guides, head on over to our guide wiki, search for Twinfinite, or check out more of our coverage on the game below.
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