New World is an upcoming MMORPG developed and published by Amazon Game Studios. It is will be released on September 29 and will only be available on PC. It the set in an alternate history in the twilight of the Age of Exploration, on the fictitious and supernatural island of Aeternum in the 17th century with New World gold coins as the economic center.
New World's setting, the island of Aeternum, is massive. The game currently has no Mounts, and it'd take rather a long time to get from one point to another point. Thankfully, there is a fast travel system that will immediately transport you to the desired location. Fast travel can save you hours in New World, but how does it actually work? This guide covers everything you need to know about fast travel.
Use Spirit Shrines, once unlocked, allow Fast Travel between them, territories, and outposts. Spirit shrines are scattered throughout the world, and they can be spotted from a distance by looking for a tall, thin, green beam coming from them. This is likely what you'll be doing most often.
Use the Inn to fast travel in New World. Inns can be found in each of the Settlements. Players can set an Inn Recall Point to teleport back to once every hour.
Use Camp Respawn. When you die, you are returned to your last camp. However, this has a 500m radius. You will respawn at the nearest town if you die outside the range of your camp.
Every time you fast travel in New World, it costs Azoth. The Azoth cost of a fast travel trip depends on the distance between the two points and your encumbrance level, which is based on the weight of all the items on your person. Azoth is an in-game currency earned by completing quests and killing certain mobs. There is a cap on your Azoth during the early game. You can only hold up to 1,000 Azoth. So, you should use your fast traveling wisely so that you don't run out of Azoth.
These are all how you can fast travel to in New World, and it is by far the most expeditious way to get around Aeturnum.
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