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Feature Request: Blueprint Save Slot List

I recently built my own function to do this including sub folders but i was surprised there was no blueprint node to get a list of save slots, it seems to me like a list of saved games would be a fairly common thing to use.

I've included the code I used in case anyone wants to use it.

 bool USaveSlotsList::GetFileList(TArray<FString>& Files, FString Path, FString Folder, FString Ext)
     bool PathFound = true;
     //get a new file manager
     IFileManager& FileManager = IFileManager::Get();
     //if path string doesnt exist or the directory doesnt exist
     if (Path.Len() < 1 || !FileManager.DirectoryExists(Path.GetCharArray().GetData()))
         //get the default user path
         Path = FPaths::ConvertRelativePathToFull(FPaths::GameSavedDir());
         Path = Path + "/SaveGames";
         PathFound = false;
     //if there is a folder
     if (Folder.Len() > 0)
         //check if the path ends with / or \ 
         if (Path.EndsWith("/") || Path.EndsWith("\\"))
             //if it does add the folder
             Path = Path + Folder;
             //if it doesnt add / and the folder
             Path = Path + "/" + Folder;
     //if there is no path (should never happen at this point) exit the function
     if (Path.Len() < 1) return false;
     //find out what file extension we are looking for
     if (Ext == "")
         Ext = "*.*";
         Ext = (Ext.Left(1) == ".") ? "*" + Ext : "*." + Ext;
     FString FinalPath = Path + "/" + Ext;
     //find all files in the folder with the desired file extension
     FileManager.FindFiles(Files, *FinalPath, true, false);
     //return true only if the path specified existed
     return PathFound;

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