Keep an eye out for typewriters in Resident Evil: Village, where players can manually save their game. Here's everything you need to know.
Autosave is one of the greatest blessings ever bestowed on the video game universe. However, gamers still like games that allow them to manually save to be safe. Resident evil village, the eighth main installment in the franchise, allows players to save intermittently. Resident Evil Village picks up where players left Ethan Winters. Husband of the Year will soon be Father of the Year at the end of this harrowing story.
As Ethan explores Resident Evil Village's interwoven gameplay areas, he'll want to make sure he saves his progress along the way. Intricate puzzles and dangerous enemies lurk around every corner. If players aren't carrying a stash of first aid kits, they might end up with a Lycan lunch. This guide will focus on how to save in Resident Evil Village.
Resident Evil Village: How to Save
Players can manually save their progress in Resident Evil Village by interacting with a typewriter and selecting 'Save Game'. Players have plenty of slots to use in case they want to play multiple files in one game. For example, after completing a boss battle, players can choose to back up their saves to replay the boss battle without losing any progress.Read also
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Resident Evil Village features a simple photo mode. Photo mode has become a common feature in most modern games. However, Resident Evil Village's photo mode isn't as complicated as that of Ghost of Tsushima or Assassin's Creed: Valhalla.
Players will not only be able to save their game on typewriters, but will often find the merchant, The Duke, close by. It's not always guaranteed, but it happens more often. Fortunately, Resident Evil Village does a good job of marking points of interest on the plater map. They will be able to spot nearby save points and quickly run to one and save if Lady Dimitrescu is after them.
The history of typewriters in Resident Evil
If fans are paying attention, they'll know that typewriters haven't been included in a Resident Evil game since Resident Evil 4. Before RE4, players used ink ribbons to manually save their games. However, they only had a limited number of ink ribbons and needed to make sure there was enough progress before spending one. Of course, Ink Ribbons was long before the invention of autosave popularized by the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.
Resident Evil Biohazard used tape recorders instead of typewriters to do the same thing. Fortunately, Resident Evil Village has kept up the tradition of saving manual points while also automatically saving every important moment. Players can assume that when the game saves, or when they trip over a typewriter, something horrible is probably about to happen.
Resident evil village is available for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X | S, PC and Last Gen