How to Save in LEGO Batman
By Kevin Bramer
Updated September 22, 2017
"LEGO Batman" has a new "Batman" adventure set in a world of LEGOs. Saving your game manually is not an option, but the game has an "autosave" feature that automatically saves your progress when a certain condition is met. Chapter levels will have to be completed entirely to save your progress in that area, and the "Batman" symbol flashing on the screen will indicate that an autosave is in effect.
Complete any level. The game will autosave, and this will be indicated by a brief glowing "Batman" symbol in the bottom part of the screen.
Buy anything from the computer in the Batcave. "Hints" are the cheapest items, usually fewer than 1,000 LEGO studs. Everything you purchase will activate the autosave function.
Go to Arkham and go to the "Create a Character" room. Tweak any existing character or make a new one, and this will activate the autosave function.
You have the option of going to the menu screen in a level and selecting "Save and Quit," which will lose your progress in that level but will record any LEGO studs or mini kits that you've picked up before saving.
Kevin Bramer, currently living in Champaign, Ill., has been writing critically about fiction and non-fiction literature (everything from aardvarks to zambonis) since 2000. Bramer has an associate's degree in arts and sciences from Kankakee Community College.