No, you will not lose all of your Subway Surfers progress if you delete the app. Here’s a more detailed explanation:
How Subway Surfers Saves Your Progress
- Subway Surfers syncs your progress to the cloud. This means your high scores, characters unlocked, and other achievements are linked to your account, not just stored locally on your device.
- As long as you are signed into your Subway Surfers account, your progress is being backed up online.
What happens if you delete the app
- If you delete Subway Surfers from your device, you will not lose your progress or data.
- The next time you reinstall Subway Surfers, simply sign in using the same account and your progress will be restored.
- All of your unlocked characters, high scores, and other achievements will be exactly as you left them, even if the app was deleted for a while.
Tips for protecting your Subway Surfers progress
- Make sure you are signed into your Subway Surfers account so your data is syncing to the cloud.
- If switching to a new device, install Subway Surfers and sign in to your account to pick up where you left off.
- You can even play across multiple devices by using the same Subway Surfers account to sync progress.
- As long as you use the same login credentials, you will never lose your full game progress.
What you will lose if deleting the app
- Any unsaved progress from your most recent gameplay session could be lost if you delete the app before syncing to the cloud. Make sure to close the app properly.
- Some game settings like your preferences, sound options, etc may be reset to default. These can be changed again once you reinstall.
- Offline progress will be lost if you are playing without an internet connection. Make sure to sync your progress online.
In summary, your Subway Surfers account keeps your progress, characters, high scores, and achievements protected in the cloud. As long as you sign back into your account, you can delete and reinstall the app without losing your overall game progress. Just be careful with unsaved, offline sessions, and your settings.