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In Borderlands 2 on PS3, I tried starting a new game to see what it was like playing as another class, but didn't like having to start from scratch. So, I tried to go back to my original levelled up character - and discovered I was stuck in the new game. I recovered my original character and made it active using multiplayer. But does anyone know a way to recover where I was in the story?

  • What do you mean by "I recovered my original character". Can you explain the steps you took because I don't know what 'recovered' means in context of Borderlands 2 and PS3 since there is no 'recover' option. Do you mean you switched the active character? – Mufasa Sep 22 '12 at 15:28
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On the main menu, you will have a Select Character option. That lets you switch the active single player save. Once chosen, select Continue.

If you join another host's game, you can also choose which of these saves (characters) to play as in the first screen it shows you after you connect to the server, via the Select Character menu option.

Any progress in single or multiple is saved automatically per save. If you played co-op on the first save and progressed through the missions with others in co-op on their save (mission progression), any you complete with them will be saved on your character and you can't "go back" without creating a new character.

See How does mission progress work in multiplayer? for a description of how MP progress works when playing on other's hosts.

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If you've made a mistake like me and started a true vault hunter save this is how to get everthing back.

When you load the game up click the button that shows all the existing characters click your old character when it loads up it'll give you a choice true vault hunter mode or the mode you started with click the mode you started with and then it should go back to your old save file but you will start out in the last place you saved so don't panic like I did when I saw that I was still at claptrap's place.

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