Can You Fast Travel in Lego Fortnite

Can you fast travel in Lego Fortnite? The new survival crafting Fortnite mode puts players in an absolutely massive sandbox world with a plethora of unique biomes just waiting for you to explore them. However, traversing them on foot can be a slow and tedious process. Hence, are there some fast traversal mechanics in Lego Fortnite? Read on as we share all you need to know.

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Can You Fast Travel in Lego Fortnite?
Can You Fast Travel in Lego Fortnite?

Is There Fast Travel in Lego Fortnite?

Let us disappoint you from the get-go. No, Lego Fortnite currently doesn’t have a fast travel option. You will either need to do everything on foot, or later in the game, you can build vehicles with thrusters or flying machines with balloons. But instantly jumping from one place to another is impossible in Lego Fortnite.

It takes me 20 minutes of walking to get to a new biome, and it’s kind of tedious,” complains Reddit user Key_Ad_1158. “It would help if fast travel between town centres was something you could unlock.” And if you were hoping for fast travel to eventually be added, don’t put your hopes too high. It seems that this is omitted by design. The developers want you to immerse yourself in the world and experience the sense of going across the different regions and biomes. Adding instant travel would be against that design philosophy.

What are the alternatives for fast travel in Lego Fortnite? Well, you can craft various vehicles! You can use thrusters and balloons to travel across both land and the sky. Some people even speculate that you will eventually be able to create a train network across the map, but we can not confirm this currently. However, we do know that you can make a Glider! So there you have it. There is no fast travel, but there are other traversal options.

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