If there's one thing you're going to have to do plenty of during your time in Metroid Dread, it's backtracking around the game's eight regions in search of gear, collectibles and routes forward through the campaign. It can be time-consuming, making your way to shuttle stations and elevators in order to slowly move between one area and the next, and so the game helpfully provides a network of teleportation devices to help expediate your travel between zones.
Metroid Dread's teleporters come in pairs, with each pair designated their own colour. To activate these machines you simply need to find them, and once you've discovered one you'll automatically activate its colour-coded sibling, meaning you don't have to go laboriously hunting them all down. Once you've activated the entire network, you'll find navigating ZDR a much more breezy and enjoyable affair. Remember, too, that travel via teleportation isn't constrained by a device's colour-coding, you can feel free to jump to any location you like provided you've activated it, from orange to blue to purple and so on.
To get you teleporting around ZDR as quickly as possible, we've provided maps below showing the locations of each and every teleporter in the game so you can get busy activating them all in order to make your jaunts around ZDR that little bit less painful. You should also be aware that reaching some of these teleporters will require you to have made a certain amount of progress and unlocked various abilities within the game so, if you find your path blocked, remember to return to the teleporter in question — which will now be marked on your map — in order to access it at a later date.
Metroid Dread - Teleporter Locations
Full Teleporter Network Overview Map
This map shows you each region and the teleporters that reside therein. As you can see each one is colour-coded and, as we've mentioned, once you uncover one of a certain colour, its twin will also become active.
Artaria has got three teleporter locations as shown below. There's a blue one in the west and red and yellow, which are both fairly central.
Three more teleporters here with orange in the west, purple in the south and blue in the east.
Just two teleporters here, purple in a central location and yellow out in the east.
Just the one teleporter on Ferenia and it's a cyan one in a central location.
Burenia has two teleporters, cyan and green, which are both fairly central.
There are two more teleporters on Ghavoran and they are green and orange, both in the east of the map.
This guide is part of our Metroid Dread walkthrough and guide series, which includes all ability locations, all missile tank locations, all energy tank locations, all energy parts, all suit upgrades, all power bomb tanks, plus every compatible amiibo unlock, E.M.M.I. and boss battle tips, and other helpful tips to help you get through the game and get those post-game unlocks.
The numbers and map images and area names are all messed up
@XMancs Deary me, thanks for pointing this out, will get fixed just now.
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