How to Save in Ghost Recon Breakpoint

How to Save in Ghost Recon Breakpoint

The latest entry into the Ghost Recon series is out now. Here’s how to save your game.

Ghost Recon Breakpoint builds upon the open-world shooter foundations introduced in Wildlands. It is a decidedly different game though, with a heavy emphasis on survival mechanics, and a more tactical slant. It’s also always online, which means saving your game isn’t as obvious as you might think. To help you out, we’ve detailed how to save your game in Breakpoint. We’ll discuss whether or not there is a manual save, and how to tell if your game has saved.

How to Save in Ghost Recon Breakpoint

The main way to save in Breakpoint is to wait for the autosave feature to kick in. You’ll know that it has when the save icon appears in the bottom right hand corner. You can see the icon in the image below, it looks like a small box with a down-facing arrow in it.

Can You Save Manually?

So now you know you can save using the autosave feature in Breakpoint, let’s take a look at whether or not there is a manual save system. Much like the majority of always-online games, Breakpoint does not allow you to save whenever you want. Instead, you’ll need to make use of the autosave feature, which kicks in every 30 seconds or so.

Can You Have Multiple Saves/Characters?

You'll be happy to hear that you can in fact manage multiple saves and characters in Breakpoint. You can create up to three characters, and switch between them whenever you want from the main menu.

That’s all we have so far on saving in Ghost Recon Breakpoint. Stay tuned for more guides on the game as we spend more time with it this week!.

Jake Green

Guides Editor

Jake is a former freelance writer who now heads up guides for USG. He spends his days dreaming of an X-Files dating-sim and will play literally any game with monkeys in it. He has an unhealthy obsession with Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, and would pretty much trade a kidney for Skate 4 at this point.

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