How to Fast Travel | The Witcher 3

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This is a guide on how to fast travel in the game The Witcher 3. Read on to learn more information about fast traveling and signposts.

How to Fast Travel

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Fast Travel can be used by interacting with any Signposts you can find. They are easy to distinguish on the map because of their light green color.

Once you interact with a Signpost, Fast Travel will let you select any Signpost available on the World Map and instantly teleport you to the selected location.

Fast Travel Tips

Discovering Signposts

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You can only Fast Travel to Signposts that you have already discovered. With this in mind, do not forget that when you are traveling on your adventure, always come close to any town or city you see along the way and try to stay on the road to discover new Signposts for Fast Travel later on in the game.

Fast Travel on Adventures

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Fast Travel is extremely useful when backtracking for quests that you have missed. The world of The Witcher 3 is incredibly huge, and the use of Fast Travel can save you a lot of time navigating around.

The Fast Travel feature will be available as soon as you reach the first town with Vesemir at the beginning of the game.

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1 Anonymous10 days

are there radiant events that you can miss on the road if you fast travel? like in skyrim, events just pop up on the road

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