If you’re playing Wolfenstein: Youngblood, you’re probably wondering how to save your game in order to ensure you don’t lose any progress.
The truth is, you can’t save your game manually.
Wolfenstein: Youngblood is yet another game that relies on an autosave system. Although it is a pretty good one. Upon picking up items like collectables or completing certain actions you’ll notice that an autosave icon appears at the top of screen. This should give you confidence that every time you level up, upgrade a weapon or find something valuable, it will be saved to your profile. You don’t even need to worry so much about losing progress when tackling side missions, as in most cases you can resume your progress where you left off the next time you play.
When undertaking one of Wolfenstein: Youngblood‘s main story missions, however, caution should be excised. If you quit the game without completing the mission, you may find yourself back at the start of it the next time you play. You should therefore only start a main story mission if you have the time to complete it. You can’t even pause the game if you need to take your attention away from it for a while.