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How To Unlock Fast Travel In Dying Light 2

There are so many benefits to fast travel in Dying Light 2 but first we have to know How To Unlock Fast Travel In Dying Light 2. There is a rather complicated fast travel system in Dying Light 2, it’s not as simple as most games. You need to do more than just find certain locations or interact with certain points of interest.

Traversing the world at night is a terrifying task in Dying Light 2. As such, we instantly pull up the map and look to fast travel somewhere safe. Unfortunately, Dying Light 2’s fast travel system isn’t all that useful. Yes, you can use it to fast travel out of sticky situations, but it’s very limited.

How To Unlock Fast Travel In Dying Light 2

You cannot unlock Fast Travel until you reach the Central Loop. This is the second area of the game. There are several hours worth of story missions that need to be completed before you reach this area. Once you reach this area a story missions introduces you to Electrical Substations, minor puzzle buildings that must be solved before you’re able to bring power to an area. Once there is power in an area, you can use any Metro Stations you’ve discovered as Fast Travel Points.

It’s worth noting that some of the key story locations, such as the Peacekeepers HQ on the boat, also act as fast travel points. There are a few fast travel points in each area but you can only use the story locations and the Metro Stations. You cannot fast travel to camps or other green structures.

Military Tech is a very rare material used in crafting upgrades. This guide on Where To Find Military Tech In Dying Light 2 will tell you the location of the Military Tech airdrops so you can gather them up and spend them on upgrading various technologies, such as the Glider.
Electrical Substations are required to power the city and unlock fast travel. This guide on How To Do Electrical Substations In Dying Light 2 will tell you how you can power each of the three generators as while it's a very simple system, there is a bug that can make it impossible to complete.
The takedown mechanic in Dying Light 2 is a little weird and you might be wondering why it isn't working. Check out this guide to find out how to do takedowns in Dying Light 2. This way you can stop being caught when you try to do it in houses.
The original Dying Light game had shotguns, pistols, revolvers, SMGs, rifles, the lot but are guns in Dying Light 2? In a rather strange move developers opted to almost completely remove guns from the Dying Light 2: Stay Human experience with only a couple of exceptions.

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