Ubisoft’s open world FPS series has a new entry in the form of Far Cry 6. This time around, players make there way to Yara as they fight alongside other guerrillas to topple Anton Castillo’s corrupt regime. As you might expect from a game in the series, Far Cry 6 is quite lengthy and as such, you’ll likely want to take the occasional break. Here’s how to save your game in Far Cry 6.
Saving Your Game in Far Cry 6
Far Cry 6 uses an auto-save feature to record your progress automatically. This is done on a fairly regular basis, often multiple times throughout a mission, or when you complete something out in the open world.
In addition to this, any time you fast travel or complete a side mission or find a collectible out in the open world, you’ll trigger an auto-save, meaning you’ll then be able to exit out of the game knowing full well that your progress has been recorded.
You’ll know when the game is saving when an icon of papers moving about in the top right-hand corner appears.
Is There a Manual Save Option?
Unfortunately, no. Far Cry 6 does not have a manual save option in any of its menus. As such, we recommend fast traveling somewhere, or completing the mission you’re currently in if you’re particularly bothered about losing progress during one.
While we found that the auto-save feature never saw us losing significant amounts of progress in our 40 hours with the game, if you want to err on the side of caution, the best way to ensure that the game has saved is to simply fast travel to a location, as the game must then record where you’ve moved to.
That’s everything you need to know on how to save in Far Cry 6. For more tips, tricks and guides, head over to our wiki, or see more of our coverage on the game below.
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