Red Dead Redemption 2: Fast travel guide & how to unlock it
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Red Dead Redemption 2 is a really remarkable game in many ways. It just has a unique vibe to it that makes it stand out from the rest, especially in times where the gaming scene is dominated by the auto battlers and battle royals.
This game offers many cool things such as heists, horse ridings, cool weapons, and other stuff. Like we mentioned in our previous article, the best way to travel around is to use a horse. However, sometimes this might not be the best idea, especially when you need to go somewhere fast. Luckily, Rockstar Games (the devs of RDR2) allowed us to have the ability of "fast traveling, which saves you tons of time.
Of course, you can't use this every single time whenever you want to. In order to take advantage of the fast revel, you can either catch a train or ride a stagecoach. Just remember that you have to buy a ticket in order to use both of them.
How to Fast Travel properly?
Apart from using the train, there are other ways to fast travel. For instance, you can do it from your camp, but sadly, you have to upgrade it first beforehand. Luckily, those upgrades are not that costly, so you should be able to do it quickly.
The fastest way of doing it is to upgrade the Dutch's lodging because this will basically "inspire" the other people from your gang to also contribute to the development. By doing this, you will be able to unlock a map upgrade, which is basically how you fast travel.
Of course, these upgrades do come at a price. The Dutch Quarters is $220, whereas the map itself is $325. It's up to you to decide how you are going to get those cash, but it seems the heists are your best bet. Once you have everything, go to the place that's shown on the map, and you will be able to choose a place that you can be transported to.
That's it! Some of you might not like the idea of fast traveling in a game like this because it does not "fit in" the situation. While this is true up to a point, it is still cool to have a mechanism where you can save some time.