If you’re planning to start Witcher 3 Wild Hunt, then you need to import the Witcher 2 save file otherwise you’ll miss a lot of fun. Importing your Witcher 2 save file allows you to check all the decisions that you made in the previous Witcher titles, but the main problem is many gamers are finding it difficult and are unaware how to import the save file.

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When you are going to start Witcher 3, you may receive the message to import your Witcher 2 save file. In case, you didn’t get the message it’s because your save file is not in the proper location. Witcher 3 Wild Hunt wants you to place your previous save games in  :\Users\[username]\My Documents\Witcher 2\gamesaves” and if you have ever enabled Steam Cloud Save, they will reside in “:\Program Files(x86)\Steam\userdata\[userid]\20920\remote“.

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So, now all you need to do is to move the old save file in the expected directory and start the game. This method worked for you or not? Let us know in the comments.

 

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