The surprise 2020 hit’s long promised cross-save is finally here.
While technically releasing in 2018 in Early Access, Supergiant Games’ Hades captured the attention of many when it was released in its 1.0 form this year, which also included a Switch version. The game saw both critical acclaim (we were big fans) as well as strong sales in the process. There was a promised cross-save feature for the game between its 1.0 PC and its Switch release, but ultimately had to be pushed back. Now, though, the time has come.
On the official Supergiant Games Twitter, it was announced that the cross-save feature is now here and live. It’s simple, all you have to do is go to cross-saves in the main menu on your Switch and connect either your Steam or Epic Games account to the system. After that, upload your save data and you should be good to go.
Hades is now available for both Nintendo Switch and PC. As of now, there is no announced plans for any other systems at this time.
Hermes is here with some good news: Our Cross-Saves update for HADES is out now on Nintendo Switch!💾↔️☁️
Please read the in-game Help & Info section for details. This update also includes various other improvements from our post-launch PC patches. #HadesGame #NintendoSwitch pic.twitter.com/UgwBRQsUOo
— Supergiant Games (@SupergiantGames) December 16, 2020