Dragon’s Dogma 2 – How to Delete Your Character

Guide to Delete Your Character

Go to where your save data is stored at D:\Steam\Userdata

The drive letter may be different, use whatever yours is. The next folder is a number, and then the folder inside of it that you want to find is the Game data’s number. Mine shows as 2054970, but not sure if that’s the same for everyone (you can find it by right clicking the game’s shortcut and seeing what the number is for the launch location).

So it’ll be roughly:

  • D:\Steam\Userdata\a number\2054970\remote

Now, if you used the Character Creator, part of the problem here is that it uses the same folder; if you just delete Win64_save like some people are saying to do, it won’t let you use the character presets you’ve already created in the Character Creator for the past few weeks.

I had to disable cloud saves for the main game, delete the Win64_save folder, open the character creator, finalize my character, and then check the dates on the save files inside Win64_save when they were recreated from the Cloud save (the character creator still had cloud saves enabled).

Then, delete the files that aren’t from the current date and time when you finalized the character again, relaunch DD2, set my graphics and sound settings back up, and it let me start a new game and import save data.

Major pain in rear end, but it worked. It should not be this hard to just restart over again.

Egor Opleuha
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Egor Opleuha, also known as Juzzzie, is the Editor-in-Chief of Gameplay Tips and writer on Game Cheat Codes. He is a writer with more than 12 years of experience in writing and editing online content. His favorite game series was and still is the legendary Heroes of Might and Magic saga. And the third part of HOMM is his favorite! He prefers to spend all his free time playing retro games / indie games. When not immersed in games, Egor plays guitar, enjoys cooking and fishing.

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