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How To Save In My Time At Portia

How To Save In My Time At Portia
My Time at Portia leaves many questions left unanswered, but one in particular is a little troublesome. Check out this guide as we explain How To Save In My Time At Portia so you don’t lose your precious loot run when it’s time to call it a day.

It’s worth noting that My Time at Portia does feature an automatic quicksave function. It happens whenever you do specific tasks or after a period of time, so you’re never more than 10-20 minutes behind. However, sometimes that last item you got before you quit is rare as hell, and you want to make sure you’ve not lost it.

The only guaranteed method of causing an autosave is to rest. There is not camping option yet, however you can rest at the bed inside your Workshop. This is the only way to force a save at the moment so if you get something great, head home and take a nap.

So there you have it, that’s How To Save In My Time At Portia.

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