Persona 5: How to Save Your Game

How to Save Your Game in Persona 5

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Persona 5 is a very, very long JRPG. As such, you’re definitely going to want to save frequently, as it’s easy to lose track of time and forget to. There’s no auto save, so be careful! You need to make sure you don’t make a mistake and end up way behind on everything you covered.

In order to save the game, you need to be in the appropriate area to do so, first. You can do this in places like your room, the school, a safe room, or the gate to whatever palace. Wherever there is the option to do so (you’ll notice it at the bottom right of your screen), you can do so. Simply hit the Options button on your controller and you’ll be able to save your data. You can also go the long way, hit triangle, and go to Save Data.

That’s all there is to saving! Remember to do it frequently. You wouldn’t want to do a bunch, and cover a ton of days, only to find out you need to do everything you accomplished all over again.

For more help with Persona 5, be sure to check back to Twinfinite for guides and tips.

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