How to fast travel in Dying Light 2 Stay Human

Dying Light 2

With such a huge map and so many things to do, there’s a lot of depth in this game. With more than 500 hours of stuff to get done, players have a lot on their plate.  While you can fast travel in Dying Light 2 Stay Human, things are a bit restricted. You won’t have full access to the system at the start of the game. You must progress through the story first.

To fast travel in Dying Light 2, you need to first unlock the feature. This will take a fair amount of time to actually do, depending on how fast you’re moving through the game’s story. You will have to complete a few missions first, and there’s a few things to know about this system before you start trying to full unlock it. For one thing, the Metro Stations have loot inside, so be sure to loot them first before unlocking them for fast travel. Look for the red metro signs will exploring to help find them.

How to fast travel in Dying Light 2

Metro stations are very dangerous to take on. They’re either infested with the undead, or controlled by hostile bandits. You will need to venture inside and fight your way through hordes of enemies to clear them for use as points for fast travel in Dying Light 2. But luckily for you, you don’t have to fully clear the zone. All you need to do is to find the main switch in the electrical room and turn it on. This will fully unlock the metro station for use. Be sure to loot it as best you can before doing this, as you will lose the loot once you flip the switch.

To do this, you need to manually find the Metro Stations around the city map. They appear as “?” icons on the map until you discover them, The best way to do this is to go around to high spots on the city and use your binoculars to scan for Metro signs. By hovering over them with these, you can mark them on your map.

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Once you have unlocked fast travel, you have a pretty easy time of getting around. You can then open up the map and drop a waypoint on the Metro Station. All you have to do is select the Metro Station, and hold down the button. If you’re having trouble finding them, look for the icon with the

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