Warhammer 3 Save File Location and Config File

Total War Warhammer 3 Save File and Config File Location

Warhammer 3 is the latest entry in the Total War series and is it is well optimized and runs really well on PC. However, if you are facing any issues or if you want to back up your save file, you need to know where it is located. That is why this guide will show you the Total War: Warhammer 3 save file location, along with the config file for your PC.

The file can be a little tricky to find if you have no idea where to look for it. Worry not because that is what this guide is hoping to accomplish. With that said, let’s dive straight in and take a look at the location for the Total War Warhammer 3 save and config file.

Total War: Warhammer 3 Save File Location + Config File

There are various ways to locate the save and config file for Total War: Warhammer 3. Depending on where you purchased the game from, the save and config file will be situated in different places. If you plan on editing these files (Warhammer 3 save editor is not yet available), we suggest that you create multiple backups of the files in case you break them apart.

Related: How to Fix Warhammer 3 Crashing, Stuttering, and Performance Issues

Xbox App Save File Location

If you got the game from the Xbox app, here is where you can find the save file:

C:\Users\[Your username]\AppData\Roaming\The Creative Assembly\Warhammer3\GDK\save_games

Steam Save File Location

  • Go to drive C
  • Go to the Users folder and find a folder with your username
  • Enter the folder with your username
  • Go to the AppData folder (if not visible, turn on the “Show Hidden Files” option)
  • Find the folder The Creative Assembly > Warhammer3 and enter it
  • Enter the save-games folder

Here is the complete path in case you want to access it directly:

C:\Users\[Your username]\AppData\Roaming\The Creative Assembly\Warhammer3\save_games

Epic Games Save File Location

  • Go to drive C
  • Go to the Users folder and find a folder with your username
  • Enter the folder with your username
  • Go to the AppData folder (if not visible, turn on the “Show Hidden Files” option)
  • Find the folder The Creative Assembly > Warhammer3 and enter it
  • Enter the EOS > save_games folder
C:\Users\[Your username]\AppData\Roaming\The Creative Assembly\Warhammer3\EOS\save_games

Related: Total War: Warhammer III Bugs, Known Issues and Solutions

Warhammer 3 Config File Location

Knowing where to find the config file can be beneficial. If you want to change certain video settings, changing them from the config file is your best bet. Oftentimes, there is a setting that the game will not allow you to change from the menu.

Worry not because that is where the config file comes in. However, keep in mind that you will have to open the file with ‘Notepad’ to edit it.

Steam:

C:\Users\[Your username]\AppData\Roaming\The Creative Assembly\Warhammer3\scripts

Xbox App:

C:\Users\[Your username]\AppData\Roaming\The Creative Assembly\Warhammer3\GDK\scripts

Epic Games:

C:\Users\[Your username]\AppData\Roaming\The Creative Assembly\Warhammer3\EOS\scripts

SaveParser for Warhammer 3

Are you looking for the latest SaveParser to download with support for Total War: Warhammer 3? Unfortunately, it is not available as the developers have not updated this tool for the new game. This information stands correct as of August 2022.

For those who do not know, SaveParser is a save game editor for the Total War series and it currently supports the following games: Total War: Warhammer 2, Total War: Warhammer, Total War: Attila, Total War: Rome 2, Total War: Shogun 2, Total War: Napoleon and Total War: Empire.


Did you find this guide to be helpful for you? Would you like us to create similar guides for any other games? Let us know in the comment section below if you managed to find the save and config file for Total War: Warhammer 3.

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  1. There is a small error in the steam save file location section.
    The initial instructions say to go to “Local” the correct path is actually in roaming as you can see in the file path section.

    This caused me a fair amount of confusion until I sae the file path haha.

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