How to find savegames in Valheim. Where is the folder where the saves are stored

 

How to find savegames in Valheim. Where is the folder where the saves are stored

In some games, it is not very easy to find save files due to the cumbersome structure of the computer operating system. Quite often they are in special folders, for example, "AppData" and in some cases you have to search for them even through the command line. Some players have faced the problem of finding the location of the save inValheim , so in this article we will tell you about the exact location of the saves in the game.


Where are the save files in Valheim

In order to find the location of the save files, you need to follow the following route:

  1. Go to the "C: /" section.
  2. Open the "Users" folder.
  3. We go to the section with the username of the system, for example, "admin".
  4. Open the "AppData" folder.
  5. Go to the "LocalLow" section.
  6. Go to the "IronGate" folder.
  7. Open the "Valheim" folder.
Full exact path to save in the game:

C: \ Users \ System Username \ AppData \ LocalLow \ Valheim

How to show hidden folders if "AppData" section does not appear

Each system uses a unique way to display hidden folders and files.

Windows 10

  1. We hold down the key combination with the English layout "Win + E" to open "Explorer" or open any folder on the computer.
  2. Go to the "View" section at the top of the folder.
  3. We put a tick in the "Hidden items" box.


Windows 8.1

  1. Open any folder on your computer.
  2. Go to the view section at the top of the folder.
  3. Click in the upper right part of the folder on "Options" and select "Change folder and search options."
  4. In the folder settings, go to the "View" section.
  5. Scroll to the bottom and in the "Hidden files and folders" section, select "Show hidden files, folders and drives."
  6. Click "Apply" to save the changes.


Windows 7

  1. Press the "Start" button and select "Control Panel".
  2. Go to the "Design and Personalization" section or switch the view from "Category" to "Large icons" in the section.
  3. We select the section "Folder Options".
  4. In a new window, switch to the "View" checkbox and scroll down the switch in the "Additional parameters" section until you find the item "Hidden files and folders"
  5. We select "Show hidden files, folders and drives".
  6. Click "Apply" to save the changes.

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