Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot is a large game and because of this, knowing how to save is important. Unlike other Dragon Ball games where the primary objective is to fight, Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot is an RPG that follows the full Dragon Ball Z story arc. Worried about keeping track of your progress? We’ve got you covered! Below, we’ll walk you through how to save in Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot.
How to save in Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot
- Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot regularly autosaves with actions like fast travel and quest completion triggering an autosave.
- In the bottom left corner of your screen, you should see a “Saving” icon whenever the game autosaves.
- You can manually save in Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot by opening the Main Menu, selecting System, then selecting Save.
Saving in Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot is pretty straightforward. First, the game regularly autosaves your progress, with many in-game actions triggering an autosave. For example, when you fast travel or complete a side quest, Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot will autosave your progres up to that point.
To know when Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot is autosaving, keep an eye out for a “Saving” icon in the bottom left corner of your screen. Whenever you see this icon, you can be certain that Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot has saved your game and it’s safe to close the game if you need to do so. Of course, if you don’t like trusting autosaves, Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot also has a way to manually save.
To manually save in Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot, simply press Options on PS4 or Menu on Xbox One to open the Main Menu. From the Main Menu, select System, then select “Save” to manually save your game.
Now that you know how to save in Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot, be sure to read through our previous guide where we outline approximately how long it’ll take you to beat Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot.Load Comments