Here’s how you save your game in Atlas Fallen, allowing you to ensure you don’t lose any progress.
While Atlas Fallen isn’t the biggest game, it’s still rather hefty, taking tens of hours to complete. For that reason, you’ll want to save your save regularly, making sure you don’t lose any progress when you turn the game off. So, how do you save your game in Atlas Fallen?
Like most games these days, you don’t need to worry about saving your progress too much in Atlas Fallen as it employs an autosave system. That means the game saves automatically on a regular basis, even creating multiple files. You can also save your game manually, though, and it’s recommended that you do so, if only to ensure you don’t get locked out of any content.
You see, at multiple points in Atlas Fallen you’ll move to a new area, and certain quests etc. will become unavailable, even if only for a short while. If you save your game manually, though, you can always go back to these areas if you wish.
To manually save your game in Atlas Fallen, you need to find and interact with an anvil. These can be found throughout the world of Atlas Fallen, but you need to raise them first. Watch out for glowing spots on the floor, then, when you’re near them, press and hold up on the d-pad to raise an anvil. Your spiritual friend, Nyaal, will also verbally let you know that an anvil is nearby. Interact with a raised anvil, and you should see the save game option towards the bottom of the list that appears.
Multiple manual save game slots are available, so make use of them. It’s a good idea to create a manual save in a new slot when moving into any new area, we reckon.