How to Unlock Fast Travel in Gotham Knights

If you don’t know how to unlock fast travel in Gotham Knights, you’ve come to the right place. The fact of the matter is that you won’t have access to this mechanic from the beginning of the game. No, you’ll have to earn it from one of the side missions that the game is full of. In this guide, we are going to tell you which mission it is and tell you what you need to do in order to complete it.

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how to unlock fast travel in gotham knights
How to Unlock Fast Travel in Gotham Knights

How to Unlock Fast Travel in Gotham Knights

To unlock fast travel in Gotham Knights, you need to play through the game until you get to the second main mission, the one where you stop the Penguin’s organ harvesting operation. After you do that, you’ll have to go to west Otisburg; the first step requires you to travel to Foxteca. The mission description even flat-out tells you what it’s all about: “Lucius Fox has some help to offer that will let you move around Gotham City more easily.” We’ll show you where you need to go below. Clamber to the roof of the building and talk to Lucius. He’ll tell you that you need to go and scan a surveillance drone. It’s to the south, in the Financial District, on Barr Avenue. It’s way on the top of the building. You can only reach it by zipping to the top of the antenna.

The next step to unlock fast travel in Gotham Knights is fairly simple: go to the next drone that the quest takes you to. Just follow the map marker, and you’ll be fine. The catch here is that this drone has a shield. You have to wait for it to land into its dock in order to scan it. The drone won’t stay down for a long time, so be quick about it. After that’s done, you get full access to fast travel. However, you will have to scan other drones around Gotham in order to unlock those fast travel points. If I’m being brutally honest, it’s just your classic Ubisoft tower but with a Batman coat of paint over it.

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