If you can't find the save location for God of War PC, then our guide will show you its exact directories in both Steam and Epic Games.

God of War PC: Save Location Guide

If you can't find the save location for God of War PC, then our guide will show you its exact directories in both Steam and Epic Games.

God of War, previously exclusive to PS4, is available on PC through both Steam and Epic Games. Although the game has an auto-save feature, which collects your game progress without the need to do so manually, you may be wondering where to find the save location. This will let you back them up and restore them should any get corrupted or lost.

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Where are the Save File Locations for God of War PC? Answered

God of War Steam Save File Locations

Most Steam users have their games synchronized with Steam cloud service, where they keep all their save files. In this case, all your God of War save files can be found in the following folder:

  • C:Program Files (x86)Steamuserdata.

If, for some reason, your games are not using the cloud savings at Steam, then it is highly recommended to enable them by following these steps:

  1. Open the Steam app.
  2. Go to Steam menu in the top right.
  3. Select “Settings” option.
  4. Go to “Cloud” tab.
  5. Check the “Enable Steam Cloud Synchronization” option.
  6. Press “OK” to confirm.

In case you’ve been playing God of War without the Steam cloud service, then your save files can be found in one of the following directories by default:

  • C:Users[USERNAME]AppDataLocalGodOfWarSavedSaveGames.
  • C:Users[USERNAME]AppDataRoamingGodOfWarSavedSaveGames.

Copy the folders with titles that have long strings of digits, and copy them to another folder for preservation.

God of War Epic Games Save File Locations

Just like Steam, Epic Games service also uses the cloud to store all the user save files. If your cloud savings are enabled, then you should be able to find God of War save files in the following folder:

  • C:Users[USERNAME]DocumentsMy GamesGod of WarSavedSaveGames.

In case your Epic Games cloud savings are not enabled, you can do it by following these steps:

  1. Start the Epic Games launcher app.
  2. Click on your profile icon at the top right corner.
  3. Select “Settings” option.
  4. Check “Enable Cloud Saves” option.

If this option was not enabled after you’ve already played God of War for some time, then you can find your save files in one of the following directories:

  • C:Users[USERNAME]AppDataLocalGodOfWarSaved.
  • C:Users[USERNAME]Saved Games.

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Now you can easily find the save location for God of War PC, both Steam and Epic Games versions. If you need more God of War tips and tricks, then check out our dedicated hub page.


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