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User Info: XanderKage

XanderKage
10 years ago#1

EFBB had it.. I seen a quickload button in settings, thoughWeird...

User Info: hitmaner

hitmaner
10 years ago#2

Yeah, that's weird :/ it does have a quick-load but not an quick-save? Hmmmm.

User Info: roggan1

roggan1
10 years ago#3

Thanks to Brewmaster in Atari forums:

How to bind quicksave via console:


As for Riddick, the bind-command can also be used for quicksave/quickload, in case somebody wants to "restore" that old BB-feature -->

Example (console) Use ctrl+alt+"~" (tilde)

bind f5 savegame('quick')
bind f6 loadgame('quick')

Edit: Btw, you may have noticed that Riddick does not save key bindings after a game session ends. However, the game's console keeps a "command history", so there's no need to type in those commands again - simply use ARROW UP/DOWN to go through a list of older commands.

If you need different filenames then use

savegame athenafinal2
loadgame athenafinal2

@ console ("athenafinal2" is just an example). All the saves are stored in the savegames folder under your profile.

User Info: hitmaner

hitmaner
10 years ago#4

roggan1 posted...

Thanks to Brewmaster in Atari forums:

How to bind quicksave via console:


As for Riddick, the bind-command can also be used for quicksave/quickload, in case somebody wants to "restore" that old BB-feature -->

Example (console) Use ctrl+alt+"~" (tilde)

bind f5 savegame('quick')
bind f6 loadgame('quick')

Edit: Btw, you may have noticed that Riddick does not save key bindings after a game session ends. However, the game's console keeps a "command history", so there's no need to type in those commands again - simply use ARROW UP/DOWN to go through a list of older commands.

If you need different filenames then use

savegame athenafinal2
loadgame athenafinal2

@ console ("athenafinal2" is just an example). All the saves are stored in the savegames folder under your profile.



Alright! Great, it worked. Thanks!

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