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How To Fast Travel Warp In Ori And The Will Of The Wisps

How To Fast Travel Warp In Ori And The Will Of The Wisps
Warp Locations in Ori allow for much faster travel. This guide on How To Fast Travel Warp In Ori And The Will Of The Wisps explains how the fast travel mechanic works as it’s easily missed if you’re speeding past save points and heading toward your next objective.

Fast Travel is a term used in games when a feature lets you traverse great distances in a split second. Ori and the Will of the Wisps features such a system of fast travel, called Warping. It’s available very early in the game although to use the system fully, you will have to progress further into the game to unlock more warp locations.

How To Fast Travel Warp In Ori And The Will Of The Wisps

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If you have already learned how to save the game, you’re halfway there. If you still haven’t learned how to save yet, keep progressing through the game until you reach the shrine (pictured at the top of this post). These double up as saving locations, allowing you to save your game, and also Warp locations. Once you reach one and interact with it, saving your game, it will also unlock the shrine for use with fast travel, or Warp.

Simply go up to a Shrine and sit on it. It will bring up a button prompt to either Heal and Save or Warp. Select the Warp option and then you can select any other shrine you have activated, instantly transporting Ori to that location. Once a shrine has been unlocked, you can Warp there at any time. You do not need to use another Warp shrine, you can simply do it from the map.

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