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How To Save Your Game In Madden 21 | Don’t Rely On Auto-Save

Save your game manually.

Early access of Madden 21 is here and the initial first release of the game will be out soon. While the game auto-saves your progress most of the time, you would not want to rely on it. No one likes to ruin their hard work and it is pretty fair. There are chances of system issues due to which your progress might not get saved and you will have to put in the extra efforts all again. If you don’t want to get stuck in such a situation, here’s a guide to show you how to manually save your game in Madden 21.

How To Save Your Game In Madden 21

Madden 21 has an in-built function to auto-save every game to EA servers at a regular interval of time. But, it is always advisable to manually save your game’s progress, in case the auto-save hasn’t. This is possible due to some system or server issues. There are also chances that you quit after a short play since the last auto-save and you would think that your game has been saved. To manually save your game in Madden 21, all you need to do is head to the saving screen. To access the saving screen on Xbox One, hit the View button, which will be to the left of the big Xbox button. Press the touchpad on PS4 to access the saving screen.

Pressing these buttons will bring you to a screen with multiple slots. These are the saving slots, where you can save your progress. Now all you need to do is choose your saving slot and name it. As soon as you name the slot, your game progress will be saved and you can quit Madden 21.

That’s how you save your game in Madden 21. If you are not able to start the trial version of the game, you can read our recommended fixes that can help you access Madden 21 early than others.

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