Satisfactory Save Game Location, Screenshot Folder

Satisfactory is an open world simulation strategy game run in Unreal Engine 4, that is played in first person perspective. Developed and published by Coffee Stain Studios, Satisfactory was first released for early access through Epic Games Store in March 2019 and is currently available on Microsoft Windows (PC).

Thrown into a mysterious planet, players will take on the role of an engineer to find and use tools, equipment and machinery to build factories that get increasingly challenging as the game progresses, with an end goal of linking the separate buildings together to ensure that the production line can be handled effectively.

With over 500,000 users accessing the early release, the game has been rated highly and has also been compared to Factorio, another construction game where players are similarly tasked with building a rocket.

Satisfactory Save Game Location

As Satisfactory game saves are saved locally on your computer, if you ever want to transfer them, back them up, or share them with friends, you'll need to know where they're located.

Thankfully, there's no rocket science involved in locating them: every installation saves them in the same place. The path for the Satisfactory save files folder is:


To quickly access this folder, just:

  1. Hit WINDOWS + R on your keyboard to open the Run application
  2. Paste %LocalAppData%\FactoryGame\Saved\SaveGames in the text field
  3. Hit OK, and there you will be inside the Satisfactory game saves folder!

Satisfactory Screenshot Location

So you've taken a screenshot in Satisfactory, but how do you actually access it? Well, that's what Save Location is here for. You can find all of your Satisfactory screenshots in the following folders:

%UserProfile%\Documents\My Games\FactoryGame\Screenshots



Just open up Run (press WINDOWS + R), paste one of those paths into the text field, and hit OK to open them up in File Explorer!

If the path doesn't exist, chances are, you've taken your screenshots via Steam (which is by default the F12 key). To locate these screenshots, see our Steam screenshots guide.