Atlas Fallen How to Save

Can’t figure out how to save in Atlas Fallen? Don’t worry, we are here to explain how the system works in this game. I mean, if you want to save manually. Generally, Atlas Fallen doesn’t really require you to do so that much. Still, leaning solely on the autosave makes many people slightly uneasy. That being the case, here’s what you need to do.

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atlas fallen how to save
Atlas Fallen How to Save

How to Save in Atlas Fallen

For the most part, you don’t need to save in Atlas Fallen. The game does a pretty good job of autosaving relatively often, so it’s unlikely that you’ll find yourself in a situation where you’re stuck or have to trek back a long way. You’ll know whether the game is autosaving by checking for the symbol in the upper right corner of the screen. That said, there is a system that you can use to manually save, and that’s at the Lost Anvils dotted around the map. There’s a total of about forty or so of them, I believe. They are marked with anvil icons on the map, and interacting with them after you raise an anvil from the ground gives you a menu featuring the Save Game option.

And there you go, that’s how you save the game in Atlas Fallen manually. In other words, every time you want to do this, you’ll have to hit up one of the Lost Anvils you’ve already discovered and raised. I’m not going to go into where all of these are and how you raise them; that’s something for you to do on your own. I will say that the Lost Anvils tend to be underground and show up on the surface as blue-glowing cracks in the ground. In other words, it’s really difficult to miss them if you have half an eye open and observing your surroundings. Beyond that, the autosave feature should keep you covered pretty well. Don’t worry about it too much.

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