CD Projekt RED’s Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales has an epic adventure for fans to embark on, which blends several genres into a unique package. There’s lots of content to consume here, and you’ll want to make sure that all of it is saved so that you don’t have to redo anything. This article will let you know how saving works.
Thankfully, Thronebreaker utilizes an auto-save system that will save the game at regular intervals, and the intervals are quite frequent. If you complete a battle, a conversation or spruce something up at your camp, then chances are that the game is going to save and you have nothing to worry about.
Thronebreaker Manual Save
However, there are instances where the game won’t auto-save, and luckily there is something that you can do just in case you’re not sure. In the game’s menu there is an option to save the game and quit to the main menu, saving everything thing you did up to your most recent action. This is useful to have, as if you were planning on quitting anyway and don’t want to risk losing anything then you can just make sure you always use the save and quit option. You probably won’t have to worry about the auto-save feature letting you down too much, but better safe than sorry.