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How to Fast Travel in Blasphemous 2

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Learn how to fast travel in Blasphemous 2, allowing you to quickly make your way around the game’s map.

The original Blasphemous was quite a big game, and Metroidvania elements made revisiting areas worthwhile. Blasphemous 2, on the other hand, is a full-on Metroidvania, with a bigger, better world and improved gameplay. You’ll be happy to know, then, that it features a fast travel system. So, how do you fast travel in Blasphemous 2?

To fast travel in Blasphemous 2 you initially need to find and activate warp rooms. You won’t find one in every area you visit, but make sure you thoroughly explore the game’s world and you should find plenty of them. Go to a warp room and press up on the d-pad when stood in its mysterious doorway to fast travel to another warp room of your choice.

Later in the game, however, an even better form of fast travel becomes available providing you put the work in. Around the game’s world you’ll find what appear to be nuns, hidden behind secret walls. Whenever you’re exploring and see a wall that looks out of place, hit it with a weapon to see if it disappears.

You can see how many nuns you’ve found by going into the room across from the warp room in City of the Blessed Name. While you’re there, talk to the large nun that’s in the center of the room. Upon locating set numbers of nuns, she’ll ask you to make an offering. Each time you do so, a lamp in the room will light up. When the third lamp in the room becomes lit, you’ll unlock the option to fast travel between Prie-Dieus, which is much more convenient.

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