How to save your game in Harvestella

Harvestella is one of the many farming simulator games you can find there, but it’s the first to be developed by Square Enix. You’ll spend your days tending to your lot and dealing with monsters while exploring the area and discovering the truth behind the event called Quietus. With so much to do, you don’t want to accidentally lose your progress. This guide will show you how to save your game in Harvestella.

How to save the game in Harvestella

Harvestella, like many other games in the life sim genre, has an autosave feature built in, so you don’t have to worry too much about saving your game. However, this feature only activates at certain times, so you can’t always rely on it to save when you need it. For those cases where you want to save manually, you have to do a little more.

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At the beginning of the game you will receive a notification about the save function. This notification informs you that your game will be automatically saved when you go to sleep. If you feel like you need to save your game, let your character sleep. This will save the game, start a new day, and allow you to level up when you gain enough experience to do so.

Later in the game you will be given the option to save your game in a different way using Motus Monolites. These devices allow you to teleport around the world of Harvestella. Every time you teleport, your game is also automatically saved. Unfortunately, you’ll have to rely on these methods every time you want to save your game manually, as you can’t just go into the menu to find a save option. How to save your game in Harvestella

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