"Red Dead Redemption" was released for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 in 2010. Players will take on the role of John Marston as he seeks his old outlaw gang in order to bring them to justice. Certain missions in the game can only be attempted at certain times of day, such as morning or night. Saving your game in "Red Dead Redemption" will advance the in-game clock six hours.
Press "Start" to view the map. Make note of the nearest house icon, because this is a save point. Press "X" on the PlayStation 3 controller or "A" on the Xbox 360 controller to set a waypoint on this icon. Press "Start" to return to the game.
Follow the red line on your mini-map on the bottom-left corner of the screen -- this will take you directly to the save location that you marked with a waypoint icon.
Enter the house and walk up to the bed. Press the button displayed on screen to save your game. When you are returned to the game, six hours will have passed in-game.
Tips & Warnings
- You may save your game as many times as you wish -- each time you save, six hours will pass.
- "Red Dead Redemption Manual" Rockstar Games; 2010
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