Demon's Souls Remake: How to avoid restarting a level after a death?

Demon's Souls Remake: How to avoid restarting a level after a death?

One of the reasons Demon's Souls Remake is difficult for those new to the game is that there are no save points or campfires within a level to serve as a checkpoint. In fact, in the event of death to a boss or at the very end of a level, you have to start all over again, which can be very frustrating for some players. Fortunately, there is a way to get around this ... provided you have a PS + subscription and the ability to transfer your backups to the cloud. So here's how.

The principle of the exploit is very simple: the game gives you the possibility of saving each time you quit the game and return to the title screen. In fact, when you restart your save, you will reappear in the same place under the same conditions (enemies killed, position, objects used…).

So when you feel like you've come a long way and all of a sudden you run into a situation that scares you and is likely to kill you, you always have the option to quit the game. and put the save in the cloud before relaunching the game. If things do turn sour, then all you have to do is grab your old cloud save and pretend nothing happened. With the power of the PS5, the entire process, redownloading the cloud save to the console, relaunching the game, and returning to where you left off, typically takes no more than 45 seconds. It is probably much shorter than to rehabilitate the whole of Val Fangeux for example.

Obviously, using this kind of method clearly goes against the spirit of the game and how the experience is meant to be experienced by the player. However, it is completely understandable not to want to waste many minutes of suffering progressing hard in a level to end up being one-shot after three seconds by the zone boss.

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