After years of waiting, teases and hype, CD Projekt Red’s massive open-world RPG, Cyberpunk 2077, is finally here. Based on the works of Mike Pondsmith, and the multiple tabletop games, Cyberpunk 2077 is an ambitious title with a lot to offer. Since this is an RPG at its core, players usually like to keep track of their progress, and maybe back it up for any purpose or future usage. The Cyberpunk 2077 Save Game location for each platform can assist you in this regard.
It’s always helpful to back up any important save files, especially if you don’t have access to cloud storage. Sadly, for PlayStation users, you need to be subscribed to PS Plus to access the cloud saving features in general. For PC users, however, Steam, GOG, and Epic Games Store have some form of cloud saves services.
You can copy your saved files, back those up, and transfer it to your PC for whatever reasons. Keep in mind that updated game versions might eventually become incompatible with old save files, which is why it doesn’t hurt to read patch notes that specifically mention that.
Each platform has a different location, and it isn’t very complicated to access either. By default, every PC client also supports cloud saves, so if for some reason you lost your save files, your first place to look is there.
Cyberpunk 2077 Save Game location for PC
You can access your saved files of Cyberpunk 2077 from the following location. This is the same for Steam, GOG and the Epic Games launcher.
C:\Users\[YOUR USERNAME]\Saved Games\CD Projekt Red\Cyberpunk 2077
Cyberpunk 2077 Save Game location for Xbox One
My Games and Apps > Cyberpunk 2077 > Menu > Manage Game > SAVED DATA
There is not a lot one can do with console save files, rather than simply backing them up. By default, if you are a PS Plus subscriber, your save files are uploaded to cloud storage. To back those up, you need to either use a USB flash drive or an external hard drive to back-up any saves.
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While you are here, make sure you check out our other guides for the game as well.
Now, while the PlayStation allows you to copy save files to a drive, the Xbox One save files are completely cloud-based, and you can manage your data across multiple Xbox platforms without a problem. We hope that with next-generation consoles, the cloud save functionality becomes a bit more streamlined on consoles, as it is on PC.