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Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice

How to Save Your Game in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is hard. Really hard, in fact. Which means that you’re certainly not going to want to lose any progress you’ve made in it.

Thankfully Sekiro has a pretty decent autosave system, which means that should the worst happen you hopefully won’t lose much progress. With the exception of a power cut or some other unfortunate turn of events, however, there’s no reason why you should ever lose any progress.

When playing Sekiro, your progress is saved every time you interact with a Sculptor Idol – you know, those statues that have blue energy moving around them. At such, it’s wise to pay them a visit whenever you’re passing by one. You’ll know when your progress is being saved, as you’ll see a blue flame appear on the top right-hand corner of the screen.

If you urgently need to turn Sekiro off, you can also save your progress by opening up the options menu and selecting Quit Game. Honestly though, it’s a bit hit and miss as to where you’ll resume if you save the game via this method. In our experience, it’s always better to travel back to a Sculptor Idol and save your game that way before hitting Quit Game. Better to be safe than sorry!

Want more help with Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice including where to find the remainder of the Prosthetic Tools? Check out the rest of our guides for the game here

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