Razer to add game save cloud backups to their Game Booster software

Razer GameBooster

By on February 28, 2014 at 5:05 pm

Razer are looking to expand their Game Booster software into new areas, announcing that their current beta now includes cloud backups of game save files.

The beta version is integrated with Dropbox, with further cloud services promised to be supported on release.

You can try it for yourself over at the official site. If you’re having a lot of trouble losing your save files, our community member inAugral put together this great guide.

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Very interested in something like this for games that don’t support SteamCloud Saves. Here is looking at you Rage!

 

This would be great, always have to be careful of formats/pc crashes to make sure you back up everything, knowing it’s always safe would be nice

 

this is excellent news. I currently use game save manger but found it a bit finnicky at scheduling. hope razers one works better!

 

soft like savegame manager and savegame site like savegame-download.com are essentials

 
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