Amazon Games’ first MMORPG should be familiar to those who have played other popular games within the same genre, but given there are so many mechanics to take in at the start of the game we wouldn’t blame you for confusion over even the most basic of systems. Here’s how to save in New World if you’re confused about the process.
How to Save in New World
After hours of grinding quests and gathering resources, you certainly wouldn’t want to lose your progress in New World. Thankfully, saving is an automatic process. You don’t need to do anything at all to save over your progress from game session to game session; simply exit to desktop when you’re ready to finish and you will resume your adventure from the exact same spot the next time you log in.
Again, we don’t blame you for the confusion given that New World throws a lot of different systems at you when you first start out, and it never actually explains the save system to you.
Pro-tip for saving: make sure you always exit the game from a Settlement if possible, as this will grant you a resting XP bonus while you’re away.
That’s everything you should need to know about how to save in New World. For more tips and guides on the game, be sure to check our guide wiki. Alternatively, you should also see some related content for the game below that may prove useful.
For any questions you have that aren’t answered on the site, do feel free to reach out in the comment section below and we’ll do our best to lend a hand.
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