Hades 2 Save File Location & Config File Location on PC/Steam/Xbox

Jerry updated on May 22, 2024 | Home >Computer Instruction

Hades II, released on May 6, 2024, is a rogue-like action role-playing game developed by Supergiant Games. Users play the game by battling past the Greek mythical underworld using dark sorcery and tackling the sinister Titan of Time. The game is a direct sequel to Hades 2020 and based on the "Underworld of Greek" myth.

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You may want to know your Hades 2 save file location for different reasons. You could want to create a backup for the game saves or share them with another device. This article from EaseUS will outline how to locate your Hades 2 game saves and config files and introduce an efficient way to back up your game save files. 

How to Find Hades II Save Location on PC/Steam/Xbox

Hades II has an autosave feature, automatically storing your game progress on your device. The early release of this game is only available on Windows, but the developers have promised it will also be available on other systems. Your game save locations are as follows.

Hades 2 Save File Location on PC/Steam

You can access your game saves on PC or Steam using the following file path:

C:\Users\(Your_Username)\Saved Games\Hades II

Alternatively, you can find them on:

%USERPROFILE%\Saved Games\Hades II

 Below are the detailed steps for locating the game files on your PC.

Step 1. Open File Explorer on your PC and click Local Disk (C:).

Step 2. Click "Users" and select your username.

Step 3. Next, open the "Saved Games" folder. You'll find Hades 2 among the saved games on your device.

Step 4. Select "Hades II" and click "Profile*.sav" to access your game files.

You can also access your Hades 2 game save location via the Run dialog box as follows:

Step 1. Hit Win + R to access the Run dialog box.

Step 2. Paste the following file path and hit Enter:

  • %USERPROFILE%\Saved Games\Hades II

Step 3. This will open the exact location for your Hades 2 game saves.

Hades 2 Save File Location on Xbox

Where are Hades 2 game saves located on Xbox? According to the early release, Hades is currently available only for PCs. We cannot state the exact location where you can find it on your device since it's not yet available for Xbox. We'll update you on that when it's made available.

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Where to Locate Hades II Config File Location

Hades 2 configuration files also reside in your PC's Local Disk (C:). You can check the following file path to find your Hades 2 config files:

  • C:\Users\(Your_Username)\Saved Games\Hades II\GlobalSettingsWin.sjson

Below are the steps to open it on your PC:

Step 1. Open Local Disk (C:).

Step 2. Click "Users" and select your username.

Step 3. Next, open the "Saved Games" folder.

Step 4. Select "Hades II."

Step 5. Open the "GlobalSettingsWin.sjson" folder to access your config files.

Backup Hades II Game Saves to Protect Game Data

Game saves are critical for running your game effectively. To avoid inconveniences, it's important to protect your data by creating backups. EaseUS Todo Backup is one tool that allows you to back up your Hades 2 game saves and access them when needed. The tool safeguards your game saves against any losses or illegal access.

This is because it allows you to encrypt them using a password. You can back up your game saves to the cloud, NAS, local storage, network, or external hard drive. Todo backup adheres to the 3-2-1 backup technique. It ensures you save your files to different locations for their availability.

When you lose your Hades 2 game files in their initial storage, Todo Backup allows you to restore them and continue the game. The tool also supports incremental backups and differential and scheduled backup strategies.

EaseUS Todo Backup's main features include:

  • Game data backup and recovery.
  • Secured password-protect backups.
  • Multi-path backup storage.
  • Automatically backup files.
  • Enhanced backup efficiency.
  • Basic backup scheduling as daily, weekly, or monthly.

Download EaseUS Todo Backup to protect your Hades 2 games saves against unwanted losses. The steps for getting started with this tool are very simple.

Step 1. Download and install EaseUS Todo Backup on your computer. Click the "Create Backup" button on the main interface.

create backup

Step 2. You got to make a backup of your software applications, so go with the option by clicking "Apps data".

select app data

Step 3. All the apps that can be backed up are shown on the screen. (Outlook is supported now, and we will gradually develop and support more application backups, such as game applications and other mailboxes like thunderbird, Gmail, Microsoft 365 applications, and so on.) Scroll down to find the app that you need to back up, and click "OK".

select the app data you want to backup

Step 4. Follow the guidance and select a place where you want to store the backup. It is recommended that you choose Cloud service, NAS, or an external hard drive to avoid the computer failing or crashing.

choose a place to save backup

Step 5. You can set customized backup by clicking the"Option" button. It allows you to set a scheduled backup daily, weekly, monthly, or upon an event. It sets differential or incremental backup according to your needs. 

customize backup settings

Step 6. When you finish settings, click "Backup now" to start the backup process. The time will depend on the size of your source data, but it won't take too much time.

To Sum Up

This article has outlined how to find your Hades 2 save file location. The default drive for storing game saves and config files on your PC is Local Disk (C:). Hades 2 automatically stores your files here as you proceed with the game. You can access your games whenever you want to share them or make a backup.

EaseUS Todo Backup is the best solution to secure your Hades 2 save files. This tool allows you to securely back up your game data and access it whenever needed. You can store the files in the cloud, local storage, network, NAS, or external hard drives. Download EaseUS Todo today and safeguard your game files against accidental loss.

FAQs on Hades II Game Save Location

Below are common questions on this topic.

1. Where Are Hades Saves Stored?

They reside in your computer's Local Disk (C:) drive. Here is the file path to find them on your PC:

C:\Users\(Your_Username)\Saved Games\Hades II\Profile*.sav

2. How Do I Copy a Hades Save File?

You can follow these steps:

  • Step 1. Open the exact location for your Hades game saves on your PC.
  • Step 2. Right-click on the file with a .sav extension and select Copy.
  • Step 3. Navigate where you want to paste the file and hit CTRL + V.

3. Can You Transfer Hades Save Data from Switch to PC?

You can move your Hades data from a Nintendo Switch to a PC using the cross-save feature as follows:

  • Step 1. Launch Hades on your Nintendo Switch and ensure it's updated.
  • Step 2. Navigate to the main menu and select Cross-saves.
  • Step 3. Link up your Steam/Epic accounts.
  • Step 4. Next, choose Sync & Quit. This will upload your game data from Switch to Steam/Epic. You can then access them via your PC.

4. How to Backup Save Files on Steam?

You can create backups on Steam using these steps:

  • Step 1. Open the Steam library. Right-click on a game and click Properties.
  • Step 2. Open the Local Files tab and choose Create a backup copy of game files.
  • Step 3. Select the games you want to back up and click Next.
  • Step 4. Choose where to store the backup and click Next.
  • Step 5. Follow the onscreen steps to finish the backup process.

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