This week, Game Informer had a slew of interviews with the leads of the Pokémon Sword and Shield team at Game Freak. There’s a lot there, and some of the information has since been corrected or clarified, so here’s what you need to know. There’s Autosave, But You Can Turn It Off Traditionally, you’ve had to manually save in the Pokémon series. In a way, it’s a boon, because it allows fastidious players to, say, obsessively hunt for shiny Pokémon or save scum an encounter with a legendary Pokémon. While eagle-eyed players noticed a “now saving” icon during a Pokémon Nintendo Direct in early September, Game Freak has now confirmed the existence of an autosave function, and has assured players you can turn it off. Advertisement “Traditionally in Pokémon games, it’s an important thing to write your report to record your save, and that’s always been a staple, like, “Remember to save your game!” We do have an autosave feature this time, where you can just adventure and it’ll constantly save the game,” Sword and Shield director Shigeru Ohmori told Game Informer. The article goes on to say that the feature is optional, so shiny hunting is still a viable… Read full this story
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