Developed by Monolith Soft, Xenoblade Chronicles is a JRPG that was originally released for the Wii back in 2010. It’s now getting new life on the Nintendo Switch with an enhanced and upgraded Definitive Edition. The game comes with improved graphics and visuals, an arranged soundtrack, as well as new story content in the form of the Future Connected epilogue. Here’s how to fast travel in Xenoblade Chronicles.
Fast Travel in Xenoblade Chronicles
Xenoblade Chronicles features a massive open world, and I mean massive. The areas are extremely large and open, with tons of monsters teeming in the wild lands. The colonies and towns themselves are also pretty big, and getting around on foot will be extremely time-consuming, especially when you start backtracking to complete side quests.
Because of this, you’ll probably want to make use of the game’s fast travel feature, or skip travel as it’s commonly referred to in the game itself.
First off, you’ll need to register landmarks in the game. Each time you reach a new area, there are usually landmarks around and all you have to do is walk near them and a prompt will show up, letting you know that you’ve registered it. After that, bring up the menu with the X button and go to the Area Maps option.
From here, choose a location from the Area List and press the A button, which brings up a sub-menu of the landmarks you’ve registered. Then, choose the landmark you want to fast travel to and press A again. You can do this pretty much from any location in the game as long as you’re not in battle, which makes this a very handy feature to have.
That’s all you need to know about how to fast travel in Xenoblade Chronicles. Be sure to search for Twinfinite for more tips and information on the game.
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