Wondering how to save your progress in Dungeon Encounters. Never fear: it’s easy. Here’s what you need to know.
Dungeon Encounters is a very simply-presented RPG about exploring dungeons, laid out rather like a board game. You’ll move from tile to tile, engaging with enemy encounters and other events. All the while, you’ll gain experience, find new items and amass gold. Therefore, you won’t want to lose any progress, because every minute with the game is important.
There’s no ‘save’ button in Dungeon Encounters, but don’t let that put you off. The game autosaves regularly, so you’re unlikely to lose any progress in the event of the game or your system crashing. As far as we’ve seen, the game saves before and after every enemy encounter, and frequently while you’re exploring.
However: when it comes to time to quit, you can save your progress exactly where you are. Pull up the game’s menu (press triangle on PlayStation) and head to the ‘Quit’ option. You’ll be prompted to leave the game, but the pop-up message informs you that your progress will be saved. When you reload, you’ll be in the exact tile you left the game on. Reassuring to know, right?
While it would be nice to be able to create save states regularly, we think this is on purpose; saving the game before an enemy encounter makes it all too easy to manipulate, and takes some of the fun out of Dungeon Encounters. So simply enjoy exploring, take your time, and be safe in the knowledge that your game is safely saved.