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How To Fast Travel In Cyberpunk 2077

How To Fast Travel In Cyberpunk 2077
Night City is huge and fast travel really helps you explore further reaches of the city. This guide on How To Fast Travel In Cyberpunk 2077 will explain how you unlock the ability to fast travel as well as how the system works in Cyberpunk 2077.

Fast Travel is common place in most large, open-world games nowadays. Traveling via cars, horseback, bikes, whatever the game offers, is great but it doesn’t help when you’re required to traverse huge distances or you want to head back to a region to explore it more fully. Thankfully, Cyberpunk 2077’s Fast Travel system is very familiar and quite easy to use, once you know how.

How To Fast Travel In Cyberpunk 2077

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You cannot Fast Travel immediately at the beginning of the game, after you enter Night City and finish the introduction for your career path choice. Once you have been introduced to the Ripper Doc and have your first implants, the game begins to branch out. Shortly after that mission, you are able to Fast Travel.

If you want to Fast Travel you must reach specific locations on the map. They are marked by these small, blue, arrow-like icons. These are Fast Travel points. You don’t have to interact with them or anything to unlock them as a travel point, as long as you’ve been in the vicinity, they are available to use.

Simply approach one of the missions and highlight the main screen with your reticle. You’re then asked to select your destination. Simply select another destination and you will immediately travel to that location. And that’s how to fast travel in Cyberpunk 2077.

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