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How To Fast Travel In Baldur’s Gate 3

How To Fast Travel In Baldur's Gate 3
Baldur’s Gate III has a very large world to explore, and walking isn’t overly quick. This guide on How To Fast Travel In Baldur’s Gate 3 will explain the process of fast traveling as well as information on how to unlock new waypoints so you can fast travel to various areas around the map.

Before you’re able to fast travel in Baldur’s Gate 3, you need to unlock Waypoints. They are easily visible on the map, once discovered. It looks like a purple whirlpool icon. When you are exploring the game world, look for glowing purple glyphs on walls and other surfaces. If you approach, you will see the glyph respond to your presence and a message will pop up on the screen saying you have unlocked a waypoint.

How To Fast Travel In Baldur’s Gate 3

How To Fast Travel In Baldur's Gate 3
The act of fast traveling itself is actually very simple in Baldur’s Gate 3. When you are running around the world exploring, look in the top right. In the top right corner there’s a number if icons. This is how you visit your camp, take a short rest, take a long rest, and various other actions.

Click the icon that looks like a small wing. This will open the menu for Fast Travel. You cannot click the icons on the map itself, which can be a little confusing. Once you have pressed the Fast Travel button, you will see a Waypoints menu appear in the top right.

This is how you fast travel. You select one of the Waypoints. Once selected, you will immediately fast travel to that location. You do not need to be at a waypoint in order to fast travel.

Baldur's Gate III has a very large world to explore, and walking isn't overly quick. This guide on How To Fast Travel In Baldur's Gate 3 will explain the process of fast traveling as well as information on how to unlock new waypoints so you can fast travel to various areas around the map.
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