The Division 2 Fast Travel Guide - How to Fast Travel in The Division 2

The Division 2 Fast Travel Guide - How to Fast Travel in The Division 2

Here's our guide on how to fast travel in The Division 2.

Yes, there is a fast travel feature in The Division 2, but there are certain limitations to the system. In this Division 2 fast travel guide, we’ll be walking you through how to unlock and use the fast travel system in Ubisoft’s online shooter, so you can zip between certain points on the map in no time at all.

However if you instead need any additional information about Ubisoft’s sequel, you’ll want to head over to our Division 2 guide. Here you can find information about the different versions of the game, including the Gold edition that features early access, and much more.

How to Unlock Safe Houses in The Division 2

At the very start of The Division 2, you’ll open up the game by making it to the Home Base, which just happens to be located in the smouldering ruins of the White House. Although you start off with this location as the only safe area on the map, with vendors and other NPC characters to interact with, you can unlock other areas known as Safe Houses around the map of Washington D.C.

An unlocked Safe House on the Division 2 map. | Hirun Cryer/USG, Ubisoft

Although you won’t start the game with any Safe Houses unlocked, finding them in The Division 2 is really easy. Simply pull up your in-game map, and you’ll be able to see any new Safe Houses for you to uncover. They’re marked as an orange house on the map. The orange color denotes that you’re yet to discover them, so you’ll want to head over to any Safe House location on the map, and enter the small building to unlock it.

How to Fast Travel in The Division 2

Whenever you’re out in the open world of The Division 2, you can fast travel to any Safe House that you’ve previously discovered in the game. You’ll find that there are several different areas of increasing difficulty in The Division 2’s map of Washington D.C., and you can fast travel between any of them using Safe Houses.

The only rule with fast travel is that it can’t be done while you’re in combat. On top of this, you don’t need to be at a Safe House in order to fast travel to another Safe House in The Division 2. You can simply zip to any Safe House you’ve previously discovered, from anywhere on the map (except from the Dark Zones, of course).

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