Tails of Iron: How to Save

Iron Tail is brutal and unforgiving, and even skilled players will find themselves dying so often and having to reload. With this in mind, it’s important to know how to save games, yet there are very few tutorials on this. While saving and reloading may seem complicated at first, it’s actually quite simple. On the downside, players don’t have much freedom when it comes to saving files.

In the Iron Tail tutorial, in The Crimson Keep, there is a character that tells the player how to save the game. Unfortunately, while charming, the game’s method of using speech bubbles with pictures instead of dialogue doesn’t always convey the message effectively. The result is that some players may end up deep in the game without a clear understanding of how to save.

How to Save Iron Tails

tails  of  iron  how  to  save In order to save their progress in Iron Tail, players need to find a bench or chair to sit on. They can press Square near a seat with a glowing blue lantern next to it, and Redgi will jump up and sit down. Players can determine if it is active by the Iron Tail save icon in the lower right corner of the screen. This will make it so that if the player quits and reloads or just dies, they will start over here. Iron Tail will occasionally autosave for players, but using this method is the most reliable way to save.

How many save files does Iron Tail have?

tails  of  iron  how  many  saves Iron Tail has three save slots, but since there is no way to select a save slot when saving, the player cannot do a backup save or similar. Instead, each of these save files is used for entirely separate gameplay. Therefore, it is important to remember that saving a game will only affect the save file the player is currently using.

Using save points does not respawn enemies, heal players, or refill their Bug Juice, they are only used to save the game. Even so, players should remember to save often, which should ease them through Iron Tail’s challenging campaign. There’s nothing worse than defeating a tough boss and then dying to a normal enemy only to find that last save was just before finally defeating that difficult enemy boss.

Iron Tail is out now on PC, PS4, PS5, Switch, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X.

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