The Sniper Ghost Warrior series hasn’t always had the best save system for players to deal with, but things have been made a little less brutal with Sniper Ghost Warrior 3. In fact, the game features an auto-save system that will trigger pretty regularly throughout the game’s missions, ensuring that you wont have to do too much over if you die.
You’ll know that the game is currently in the process of saving by a spinning yellow circle that will appear in the top right corner of the screen. This will happen when you complete objectives, as well as going to fast travel points that are sprinkled throughout each of the game’s zones. The game does a pretty good job of auto-saving throughout your travels, so you shouldn’t have to worry about getting it to trigger too much.
One spot where you can get it to trigger very easily is any of the game’s safe houses. The game will auto-save every time that you interact with the laptop, workbench, weapon cache or bed, making it very easy for you to get the game to save if you so desire. There is actually no way to save the game manually, so you need to rely entirely on the auto-save feature in order to keep your progress recorded.
While we did say that the game’s auto-save feature triggers pretty regularly, there is something that you need to be made aware of throughout your travels. The game is pretty buggy at the moment, meaning that several instances of freezing and crashing may potentially occur for you. While the auto-save system that is in place should prevent you from having to redo too much gameplay if this happens, it’s possible that this could end up happening during the actual auto-save function. If that happens, it’s very likely that it won’t actually record the save and you’ll end up back at your last save.