Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom

Game Save Location

Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom was first released on 23rd March 2018 and has received positive reviews from players with a score of 9/10 on Steam and a rating of 84% on Metacritic. Players have spoken highly of its photo realism and level design, hailing it as one of the best JRPGs on the market; however, some have made the criticism that the story line is a little under challenging.

As a sequel to the successful Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch, the game also sets itself in the action RPG market. Gameplay focuses around a character called Evan Pettiwhisker Tildrum who exiled from his city in which he was heir to the throne. However, at the beginning of the game, Evan is exiled from his home and so decides to create his own kingdom.

Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom was developed and published by Level-5, also known for games such as Fantasy life and Dark Cloud. Players can currently access the game on PlayStation 4, Microsoft Windows.

Ni no Kuni 2 Save Location

If you've played a lot of Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom, you might want to backup your saves to prevent losing progress if anything goes wrong (e.g. file corruption). For this, you'll need to know how to find your save data files. Knowing where your save files are located also comes in handy if you're moving to a new computer or want to share your save game with a friend (there are a plethora of other things you can do with access to your save files).

But that's enough blabbering on about what you can do with your save files and why you might want to access them, you're here for a reason: to find out where they are. On Windows, you can find them at the following path:

Steam library folder > userdata > a folder named after your Steam3ID > 589360 > remote

Not sure what that means? We've got you covered! Read on for more detailed steps.

First, go to your Steam library folder, this is usually at:

C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam

If it's not there, see this guide to locate it, then return here.

Once in your Steam library folder, head to the userdata folder.

Inside the userdata folder, there will be a folder for each Steam account that has played on your Steam installation. Each folder stores data relevant to a specific account and therefore is named as the Steam3ID of the account it relates to:

  • If you've only ever used one account on your computer, there will be just one folder, go into this one
  • If there's more than one folder, go into the folder named after your account's Steam3ID (you can search this up online)

Once in the correct folder, just go into the 589360 folder, and then the remote folder. Here, you will find you Ni no Kuni 2 saves!