Razer Game Booster adds could save support

By Brenna Hillier
27 February 2014 21:38 GMT

Razer has added a new cloud save feature to the beta version of its Game Booster software for PC.

At present, the Save Game Manager stores saves and game settings on Dropbox, but when it goes into full release it will support various cloud services.

The app currently supports more than 2,000 titles, with more on the way, and players able to manually add their own games.

Game Booster is a software suite including a gaming-specific task manager, a launcher for your entire games library and a screenshot manager. It’s available for free on Razer’s website.

Thanks, Polygon.

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