The Forgotten City: Does It Have Autosave?

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The Forgotten City title screen release trailer. The Forgotten City title is in the center of the screen and there is a golden gladiator on the right

The Forgotten City by developers Modern Storyteller throws you back in time to a civilisation in Ancient Rome that has a unique problem. If anyone breaks The Golden Rule, the residents of the city will be turned into solid gold. It's your job to find out who will be the one to break this rule and doom the rest of the city. The game has a lot for you to discover and do, so we're here to answer an important question - does it have autosave?

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Does It Have Autosave?

Yes, the game does have an autosave system. The autosave seems to trigger each time you enter a new area, exit a time loop, or pass a significant part of the story. However, it is still worth doing a manual save of your game each time you finish a quest or learn any important pieces of information.

How to Manually Save Your Game

To manually save your game, you need to open up your pause menu. You should see an option that says "save game" and you need to click on this. This should take you to a screen like this:

The Forgotten City Save Game screen. The screen shows that there is one existing save game file.

You can choose to create a new save file for your game or you can overwrite an existing one. To create a new save file, click on "new save file" and follow the prompts. To overwrite an existing one, click on the file you want to overwrite and follow the instructions.

There are a lot of things that you need to do while playing The Forgotten City and it can get a little bit confusing sometimes. Luckily, we have a guide that can help you out on one of the missions. We have a guide that shows you how to stop the assassin from killing Quinctius!