Player looking over the world in Dragon's Dogma 2

Dragon’s Dogma 2: How to Fast Travel

Players looking to fast travel in Dragon’s Dogma 2 are going to need to fork over a lot of gold. After all riding in an Ox Cart doesn’t come cheap.

Dragon’s Dogma 2’s world is absolutely enormous and full of treacherous monsters. Naturally, there will be times when you want to skip across it as quickly as possible. This is especially true when you encounter a timed quest, which sometimes requires you to cross a large portion of the map. However, fast traveling in Dragon’s Dogma 2 isn’t easy, nor is it cheap.

How to Fast Travel in Dragon’s Dogma 2

There are three ways to fast travel in Dragon’s Dogma 2: by Ox Cart, using Ferrystones at Portcrystals, and using portable Portcrystals. Unfortunately, there isn’t a traditional way to fast-travel like you’d find in most other open-world games. While it may be frustrating that fast travel isn’t a more readily available feature in Dragon’s Dogma 2, it was absolutely an intentional decision to make it hard to achieve. The developers actively want players to explore the world as much as they can.

However, the Ox cart is by far the cheapest and easiest way to do it. These can be located in major cities, as well as occasionally in the open world while you’re exploring. You will simply need to ring their bell, which is located next to the entrance gates of most towns, and then hop on. Then, just talk to the driver and pay between 100 and 300 gold to rest in the back. Unfortunately, taking an Ox Cart doesn’t guarantee you’ll get to your location, but you can use them to get close enough. Additionally, Ox Carts won’t travel at night, frequently get attacked by monsters, and take a long time to get to their location. If you’re trying to hurry to a location to complete a timed quest, you may want to consider another option.

The Ox Cart fast travel system in Dragon's Dogma 2
The Ox Cart in Dragon’s Dogma 2

The next easiest option is to use the tall purple crystals called Portcrystals, which are located in towns. However, to use these, you’ll need to spend one Ferrystone, which costs quite a lot. You can purchase one every three days from Philbert’s Sundries in Vernworth for 10,000 gold. Additionally, if you turn in a Seeker’s Token to the Vocation Guild, you’ll also unlock one. This isn’t the most convenient way to travel, but it works in a pinch.

Finally, you can use portable Portcrystals. However, these are incredibly rare, making it the least convenient form of fast travel. You must place these around the map and can then use a Ferrystone to travel to them. It allows you to travel to very specific places or locations without Portcrystals. However, you can only place 10 at any given time, not that you’re very likely to find 10 unless you dedicate yourself to hunting them down. You can get a portable Portcrystal by completing the elf Glyndwr’s questline. You’ll find him hanging out near Roderick’s Smithy in Vernworth. Additionally, you will get one during the main story after you’ve assisted Captain Brant. That’s everything you need to know about fast travel in Dragon’s Dogma 2. For more guides just like this one, be sure to check out our Guide Hub.

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