How to Save Your Progress in Far Cry 6 Manually
You can't save manually, but you can trigger auto-save manually!
If you wonder how to save Far Cry 6 manually, we can offer a tricky way to ensure that your progress has been saved successfully.
Still, after all these years, the auto-save system seems to be an unsettled mechanic in video games that a significant amount of players wouldn’t accept as the full replacement of the manual saving.
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However, Far Cry 6 is one of the games that attempt to fully remove the manual save system and only uses auto-save to ensure your progress won’t be lost, but actually, it will if you simply don’t reach the checkpoints.
While the manual save is not available in Far Cry 6, there is a way to manually trigger the auto-save system to store your progress.
How to Save in Far Cry 6 Manually
In order to trigger the auto-save in Far Cry 6, you will either need to reach a checkpoint or travel to a safe zone controlled by your allies of Libertad. So, if you have done some out-of-quest things and you are not sure about whether your progress is saved or not, just fast travel to a safe zone, and the auto-save will store all your progress.
Now, it’s still not a full replacement for the manual save system as you can’t fast travel to a safe zone in the middle of a quest or mission, but it’s still helpful for those who want to save their explorations in Yara without doing any quest and triggering any checkpoints.
Lou Contaldi from DualShockers reviewed Far Cry 6 recently, and he pretty liked the new entry of the series in the case of storytelling. If you have any doubts about Far Cry 6, make sure to check out the review here.
Far Cry 6 is now available on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, Stadia, and PC.