The first thing you need to know before you get started is that Ghost Song‘s map is huge. This makes it hard to know where to go. However, the environments are somewhat unique and creative.
Fast travel on this huge map is almost a necessity. Once a certain amount of progress has been made, the developers should think about letting the player use Fast Travel. In order to unlock this feature and discover more items in Ghost Song, you need to know where you’re going and see the exact locations of the items on the map. The fully unlocked map with its map legend is included in this post.
Check out the high-resolution version of Ghost Song Full Map.
How to Fast Travel to Find Items in Ghost Song
The map of Ghost Song is really big. This makes it hard to know where to go. You need to unlock the full map to find all the items and weapons in the game. Unlocking the fast travel feature will lower your burden in the game.
The main objective of Ghost Song is to get two parts of a ship. The first part is the green part. The second part is the blue part. Each part has its own specific function. You can choose to gather the parts in any order. However, this method will not allow you to fast-travel.
When you’re ready to move on to another area, you can fast travel by collecting statues. These places on the map allow you to level up, make repairs, and use fast travel.
To start fast travel, open the map interface and move your character’s icon to a place marked on the map. At the bottom, it will say if you can fast travel to that place. Press the button that appears to get there quickly and without any trouble!
Fast travel gets you to a place “in an instant,” but when you start it, there will be a loading screen before you get there. In some situations, you might get there faster if you ride than if you take a fast way.
Here is the list of locations you can fast travel to:
- Major Settlements
- Liberated Occupied Locations
- Shinto Shrine
- Inari Shrine & Fox Dens
- Hot Springs