Microtransactions to edit your character? Crazy.

When you’re trying to have a fresh start after creating the worst character imaginable in Dragon’s Dogma 2, you might have some difficulties trying to delete your save file.

The last thing you want is to be left with an abomination that’s going to be the thorn in your side throughout your Dragon’s Dogma 2 experience. 

Why delete it?

Dragon’s Dogma 2 screenshot (Image via CAPCOM Co., Ltd.)
Dragon’s Dogma 2 screenshot (Image via CAPCOM Co., Ltd.)

There are many reasons why you’d want to delete your save file in Dragon’s Dogma 2. The first is that you’ve made a horrible mistake with a decision early in the game and want to start fresh. 

Another possible reason is that you’ve bought it on Steam and wanted to test it out for the first few hours before refunding it. However, in the process of screwing around, you’ve grown quite fond of the game and want a clean slate.

Fortunately, there are some steps to take.

How to delete your save in Dragon’s Dogma 2

Screenshot of the game (Image via CAPCOM Co., Ltd.)
Screenshot of the game (Image via CAPCOM Co., Ltd.)

Here’s how you can delete your save file in Dragon’s Dogma 2:

Start fresh

You can create a new character in Dragon’s Dogma 2. You’ll just have to start the game all over again. This will overwrite your current character. However, remember you only have one save file. This means you have a one-character limit.

Dragon's Dogma 2 microtransactions can't be solved

If you're looking to avoid paying microtransactions in Dragon's Dogma 2, we've got some bad news. Deleting a save file doesn't fix all wounds all of the time. Unfortunately, this means it's likely too late to edit your character if you've made a big mistake. Your character appearance is saved to the servers, according to the community.

Here's what else you can do.

Delete your save through Steam files

  • Locate your Dragon’s Dogma 2 Steam folder
    • This can be done through Steam or by simply typing C:\Program Files (x86)/Steam/userdata
  • Choose the folder that corresponds with your Steam ID numbers
  • Find the folder called 2054970 and click on it
  • Delete the folder labeled win64_save

Delete Steam Cloud saves

  • Log in to your account
  • Locate Dragon’s Dogma 2
  • Find your cloud save files
  • Delete the ones you need to delete

Deleting save files on a console


  • Head to My Games and Apps
  • Select Dragon’s Dogma 2
  • Click the options button and select manage game
  • Then click saved data
  • Delete whichever bit of saved data you desire

PlayStation 5

  • Go to the settings cog on your PS5 home screen
  • Go into Saved Data
  • Select Upload or Delete from Console Storage
  • Click Dragon’s Dogma 2
  • Delete the storage

Now go forth and ruin another character in Dragon’s Dogma 2. Just remember, you can always delete a save file. But, it might not do what you want.