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All Fast Travel Points in Prince of Persia The Lost Crown

Get around in a zip.

You’ll need to do a lot of backtracking as you progress through Mount Qaf. You can run through the entire level and back, but did you know you can fast-travel in Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown? In this guide, I’ll show all the fast travel points in Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown. So keep this guide handy. 

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Prince of Persia The Lost Crown: All fast travel points

Each section has either one or two fast travel points. To unlock a fast travel point, you must attack it several times until the purple orb becomes a structure. When you do, you can interact with and fast travel to other points. Note, to fast travel, you must be at a fast travel point. You can’t do it on demand from the map. You’ll know you’re near one when your screen starts to look purple. Also, you can find them near the golden Yak-Yak trees.

Below, I’ll separate each section, that way you can find the fast travel points in the section you’re in. There may be more fast travel points to unlock, so we’ll update this piece accordingly

Lower City

All Fast Travel Points in Prince of Persia The Lost Crown
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Sunken Harbor

All Fast Travel Points in Prince of Persia The Lost Crown
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Pit of Eternal Sands

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Raging Sea

All Fast Travel Points in Prince of Persia The Lost Crown
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Soma Tree

Prince Of Persia Soma Tree
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Tower of Silence

Prince Of Persia Tower Of Silence
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Upper City

Prince Of Persia Upper City
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Sacred Archives

Prince Of Persia Sacred Archives
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Benefits of fast traveling in the Prince of Persia The Lost Crown

With every fast travel point you unlock, you’re also unlocking a new spot for upgrading. There’s one spot you can unlock early on called Haven that lets you upgrade your weapon and gear. On top of that, Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown is a deceptively lengthy game, and going back the long way can add to that playtime. To make things easier on you, make sure you get fast travel points as you progress through each section.

Additionally, fast traveling allows you to get to new areas you otherwise couldn’t. If you have a power that you just earned, you can unlock ways to move around by fast traveling to an area you’ve already been to.

If you can’t wait to play Sargon’s adventure, find out here to play early.


Prince of Persia The Lost Crown is available for pre-order via Ubisoft, Epic Games, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, PS5, and Nintendo Switch.


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