Final Fantasy 7 Remake: How to Use Fast Travel

Final Fantasy 7 Remake: How to Use Fast Travel

Despite some confusion on the subject, we can confirm that Final Fantasy 7 Remake does indeed have Fast Travel. Here's how to use it.

Fast Travel can be used to travel around Final Fantasy 7 Remake's open world section. It isn't unlocked for quite some time however, as you'll need to reach a certain point to gain access to it. In this guide we'll explain how to unlock and use Fast Travel in Final Fantasy 7 Remake. We'll then go into more detail about where you can travel, and how to do so.

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How to Fast Travel in Final Fantasy 7 Remake

To Use fast travel in Final Fantasy 7 Remake you will need to reach the final batch of side missions the game has to offer. This is just before the second to last mission, likely around 30 hours in for most people. You'll need to complete a specific sidequest, which you can read about here.

Where Can You Fast Travel?

If you want to fast travel somewhere, you'll need to head to a Chocobo Stop. There's one in each of the overworld areas, so you can easily travel between Sectors 5, 6, the collapsed tunnel, and the church. You can see a Chocobo Stop in the image below:

How Much Does it Cost to Fast Travel?

Before you complete the side quest mentioned earlier, fast travelling will cost you 300 Gil. After that though it is completely free.

That's all we have for you on fast travelling in Final Fantasy 7 Remake. For a look at how Red XIII is handled, head here. To read our official verdict, head here.

Jake Green

Guides Editor

Jake is a former freelance writer who now heads up guides for USG. He spends his days dreaming of an X-Files dating-sim and will play literally any game with monkeys in it. He has an unhealthy obsession with Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, and would pretty much trade a kidney for Skate 4 at this point.

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