Given the sheer amount of quests you’ve got to complete in Dying Light 2, chances are you’re going to spend a lot of time exploring its world ridden with the undead. Unless you’re settling in for a serious marathon session, you’re probably going to want to know how to save your game in Dying Light 2. This isn’t just for when you need to take a break, but it can also be handy to make save points along the way in case you make a bad decision or really screw something up.
Saving Your Game in Dying Light 2
Dying Light 2 uses an auto-save system to record your progress as you make your way through the game.
This kicks in fairly often during quests, normally once you’ve completed an objective or have just finished watching a cutscene. We generally found that the game did a solid job of saving our progress regularly enough so there was no noticeable loss of progress.
To try and ‘force’ the auto-save, you can also press Options on PS5, Menu on Xbox, or Esc on PC and then select ‘Quit Game.’
Can You Manually Save Your Game?
Unfortunately, no, there’s no option to manually save your game in Dying Light 2, at least within the settings.
The best way we’ve found to trigger an auto-save is to fast travel to a location on your map, or to sleep in a bed to the next day/night phase. By doing this, you’re forcing a major change in the game, and so a save will be triggered.
Then, you can quit out and take a break, or just carry on with your adventure knowing that your save file is all up-to-date.
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