Fallout 76: How to Fast Travel

Fallout 76: How to Fast Travel

We show you how to fast travel to different locations quickly and easily.

The huge world of Fallout 76 presents a dangerous land full of enemies. While exploration is a big part of it, there are time where you'll want to know how to fast travel between locations. We'll show you how to do that in our handy guide here.

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How to Fast Travel in Fallout 76

Fast Travel in Fallout 76 is limited to areas you've already discovered and been to in-game. To do so, open the map screen, pan over to whatever icon you want to travel to, then select it. The option to fast travel will open up, whereupon you simply pay the fee. The game will then teleport you there, usually depositing you just outside or on the borders of that location.

Depending on the distance and the location, Fast Travel can be very cheap or very expensive. | Joel Franey/USgamer, Bethesda Game Studios/Bethesda Softworks

How Much Does Fast Travel Cost in Fallout 76?

Unlike in previous games, Fallout 76 bills the player a certain amount of caps each time they fast travel. This cost varies depending on distance - jump a hundred feet to the next location over and it'll cost you a single cap, but jumping across the map could cost 50 caps or more. The exceptions to these rules are Vault 76 itself, your own C.A.M.P. if you've put one down, and the C.A.M.P.s of any friends or Teammates in the game: all of these can be travelled to for free, no matter how far away you are.

Why not travel over to some of USG's other Fallout 76 content? Mike's review of the game itself can be found here, or see how Bethesda made the decision to bring Fallout 76 to Steam here.

Joel Franey

Guides Writer

Joel loves books, games, comics and drinks that make a person feel like they just got kicked in the head by a mule. He has a Masters in writing from Sussex, which he somehow got by writing about Superman. He is absolutely NOT three children in a long coat, so please stop asking.

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