when do you unlock fast travel in xenoblade chronicles 3?
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Xenoblade Chronicles 3 is the third installment of the popular Japanese role-playing game series. Here you’ll embark on an open-world adventure full of surprises, so prepare for a lot of exploring. As the world map of Aionios is vast, you’ll need some fast transportation between locations, as slow travel is not high on the list of gamers’ requests. That’s where fast travel in Xenoblade 3 comes in handy if you know how to unlock it.

How to unlock fast travel in Xenoblade Chronicles 3

Traveling between locations can be a drag in this type of games, but fortunately, that’s not the case in XC3. But that doesn’t mean you can fast travel from the start. You have to play a game a little before jumping around the map. To unlock the fast travel for your heroes in Xenoblade Chronicles 3, you’ll have first to discover some locations. Simply put, you can fast travel only when you have areas to travel to.

You can visit several types of places with fast travel in Xenoblade Chronicles 3. After you discover them the first time, next time you can return there with fast travel. These are vital locations where you go to solve quests, fight enemies, but also rest:

  • Landmarks—Basically, these are attractive locations that, once discovered, you can use for fast travel.
  • Rest spots—Camping places where you rest your characters.
  • Colonies—Safe zones where you can recuperate, get some quest work, and talk to townspeople.
  • Named Graves—Places where you’ve defeated Unique Monster. After you defeat these boss-type enemies, you can use their graves as a fast travel location.

How to fast travel in XC3

When you unlock places of interest, you can fast travel to that location wherever you want during the game. OK, almost always, as you can’t teleport during battle, so forget that option as a means of escaping. To fast travel in Xenoblade Chronicles 3, follows these instructions:

  1. In the game, go to the Main menu.
  2. Choose the Map option.
  3. Select a place of interest on the map that you want to travel to (some Landmark, for example)
  4. Press the Skip Travel button to fast travel to the desired location.

This travel system will save you from many hiking adventures so that you can focus on a much more exciting part of the Xenoblade Chronicles 3 game. Of course, if you love the realism of traveling, you can always ignore the fast travel option, put a backpack on and enjoy great-looking surroundings.

For more information on Xenoblade Chronicles 3, check out guides like What’s new in the Xenoblade Chronicles 3 battle system, and What is Ouroboros in Xenoblade Chronicles 3 on Pro Game Guides.

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