- “I found the gate. It looks like a warp!”
- —Falco Lombardi
The Warp Zone is the conjectural name for two special dimensional tunnels in Star Fox 64 and in its remake, Star Fox 64 3D, taken as a way to warp to other locations. It is not visible on the map. Scientific expeditions to the asteroid belt have scanned some unusual warp energy readings in the sector. These warp emissions could not be ignored since they may been part of Andross's attack plan. Cornerian scientists had also detected unusual "worm hole" radiation in Sector X. The Star Fox Team explored the Sector to find out what happened to Andross's construction project, and determine if the worm hole was part of his invasion plan.
In Star Fox 64 3D, each Warp Zones have underwent redesign in their physical appearances. They now individually have different color of shifting nebula with ripple effects in the background, instead of both of them having a swirling nebula that is yellow with green and blue surrounding it in the background; the Warp Zone in Meteo now has orange shifting nebula with circular ripple effects while the Warp Zone in Sector X now has pink shifting nebula with square-shaped ripple effects.
The Warp Zone's starting point also doubles as a Checkpoint.
- NINTENDO POWER Star Fox 64: Official Nintendo Player's Guide. Redmond, WA, Nintendo of America. 1997.
|Planets||Aparoid Homeworld • Aquas • Cerinia • Corneria • Eladard • Fichina • Fortuna • Grippia • Katina • Kew • Macbeth • Papetoon • Sauria • Secret Base • Solar • Titania • Venom • Zoness|
|Sectors||Sector α • Sector β • Sector γ • Sector Ω • Area 6 • Meteo • Sector X • Sector Y • Sector Z • Warp Zone • Out of This Dimension|
|Artificial Objects||Black Hole • Orbital Gate • Bolse • Meteor • Sargasso Hideout • Space Armada • Satellite Defense Platform • Astropolis|
|Cities||Corneria City • Katina Frontline Base • Katina Outpost • Fichina Base • Fichina City • Climate control center • Aquas Ruins • Area 3|