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  • MrPeeJay
    Original poster 3 posts

    Is that possible please? My step son started playing a bit on my game and is loving it, so of course I am loving the time we spend together doing it, but I would like to do all the bits that he has completed too, and sort of thought there might be a way of us both having a saved game, is this possible please? The last thing I want to do is loose his good work or stop him from playing, worse case I will just wait until he completes and then I will have a go, but it would be nice not to have to wait.

    PJ

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  • JCar4327
    635 posts

    I'm not sure how it works on PC, but I would surmise it is similar to Xbox. For me I have the option to create up to 20 manual saves. I currently have 3 separate games going; two are completed, one for each gender choice, and the third is in progress for the animus choice gender option. I cannot name the saves, but I know that manual save one is female and manual save two is male with manual save three being animus choice. So, if you are able to create manual saves on PC then you should be able to have two different players playing on different save files. Just remember before you log off for the night to update your specific save file so you don't lose progress; and the same would go for your son.

  • MrPeeJay
    Original poster 3 posts

    @jcar4327 thank you. I wasn’t sure if that would work as it said it would delete progress but I will use them 🙂 hope you have a great day

  • JCar4327
    635 posts

    @mrpeejay Glad to help. I think what it means when it says it will delete progress is that any quick saves or auto saves will be overwritten if you load one of the manual saves, that's why it is important to remember to save your game before you close out for the day. If you don't manually save your progress and your son were to load up his save then you would lose all of your progress because all of your auto saves would be overwritten.

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