Guide to find Twelve Minutes Save File Location on PC

    Twelve minutes is a new real-time interactive thriller game. It is developed by Luis Antonio and published by Annapurna Interactive. The game offers a lot of features to its players. This game features a survival situation in which you have to get out of a time loop. The game takes place in a small apartment suite and requires the player to repeatedly play through events of a 12-minute cycle to try to resolve a mystery. The main loop in the game lasts only 12 minutes in real-time; the game is expected to take a player between 6 and 8 hours to complete. The game can be played on Xbox One, Xbox Series X and Series S, and Microsoft Windows. Furthermore, some players are trying to find the Twelve Minutes save file location in their PC and if you are also looking for it then this guide is for you.

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    Although the game does support having your savefile backed up by Steam Cloud but if you wish to find the save file locally on your PC then we’ll help you find your Twelve Minutes save file location in this guide. All you have to do is follow some steps which are mentioned below.

    • First, you have to open File Explorer. It is usually pinned to your Task Bar; if not then you can open it by searching “File Explorer” in the Start Menu.
    • Then go to the disk on which you have installed Windows.
    • Go to the Users folder and then click on the folder that has your Windows username.
    • After doing that, select the AppData folder. As this folder is hidden first you need to click on View and enable Hidden items to select it.
    • After enabling hidden items move to the LocalFlow folder.
    •  Next head to the Nomada folder.
    • There you will find a folder named Twelve Minutes containing your save file.

    These were the simple steps by which you can have your save file. You can also modify the save file but be careful it might get corrupted. For more updates and guides keep following Retrology.

    Amna Aziz
    Amna Aziz
    Graduated from UCP as a Software Engineer. Interested in movies and TV shows. Here, I cover gaming news and guides.
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