Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth – How To Fast Travel

The expansive city maps in the Like a Dragon series have always been a noteworthy feature, and Yakuza: Like a Dragon pushed the boundaries of map size and graphical capabilities. To manage the vast urban landscapes without compromising the immersive experience, a convenient Fast Travel system was introduced, allowing players to move swiftly between known locations.

In Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth, this system returns with significant quality-of-life improvements, making exploration more efficient. Here’s a guide on how to make the most of Fast Travel in the game:

Traditional Taxi Approach

Just as in Yakuza: Like a Dragon, players can spot parked Taxis scattered throughout the cities in Infinite Wealth. Each of these Taxis serves as both a starting point for fast travel and a destination. To utilize this method:

  1. Approach a parked Taxi on the streets.
  2. Interact with the door on the passenger side.
  3. Confirm the decision to take the taxi and pay the fare.
  4. A city map will appear, allowing the selection of any available taxi stop within the current city.

This method remains effective, but there’s an even simpler and faster alternative in Infinite Wealth.

Direct Map Selection

In Infinite Wealth, players can open the map and select a destination directly, eliminating the need to locate a taxi on the streets. This streamlined approach provides a quicker and hassle-free way to travel:

  1. Open the map.
  2. Hover the cursor over a taxi stop.
  3. Press the designated input to fast travel to the selected location.
  4. Confirm the decision, undergo a brief loading screen, and arrive at the chosen taxi stop.

While this method offers unparalleled convenience, there are a few considerations. Fast Travel cannot be initiated from within dungeons or instances where saving is restricted. Additionally, ordering a taxi from a random street location appears to be more expensive compared to approaching a parked taxi directly. For instance, calling a cab in Yokohama costs 1100 yen, while approaching a parked cab costs 500 yen. Despite the cost difference, the convenience of direct map selection often outweighs the expense.

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