A lot of players miss Tilted Towers which is one of the classic locations that was so popular in the Chapter 1 version of the map. If you want to relive those days, this is a good option for experiencing it again while working on your fight strategies.
A good mix of realistic gameplay and well-balanced loadouts combine to make one of the most fair versions of Zones you can play in Fortnite! One of the most popular Zones maps for pro players, it's a no frills option that just pits you against others with a pretty standard loadout.
This is a fascinating option to tryout, because it's not your traditional Zones style of map. It's a Pleasant Park like area where you spawn in the air and basically hot drop into for a quick match with 2 -16 players.
The loadout you start with is also random, so you won't always have an ideal set of weapons which is representative of the real game. Enigma makes quality maps and his Zone War options are some best.
Once you load up the game you will be given the three options on what you want to play (Save the World, Battle Royale, and Creative). Once it has loaded, you will see an Orange Rift that will take you to islands where you can create custom maps.
Fortnite now puts you in a custom portal area, so you might need to seek it out a bit. This mode allows the community to create different styles of arenas with challenges for players to take part in.
Image via DropniteOne of the bestZoneWarsmap creators in the community, Enigma always delivers on his contributions, creating engaging, high-quality maps for the game mode. The amount of effort and time that has gone into this creation is obvious, every structure is strategically placed to offer a variety of different looks and cover for players to use to their advantage.
Box fighting is a great addition as it allows players to get good practice in building while defending a structure. Image via DropniteOne of the simpler Zones experiences, Goodnight’s Random Duos faces groups of two against each other in a final zone sized map that is constantly moving.
You are going to get a classic zone wars experience inside a desert-themed location surrounded by high rise buildings. Image via DropniteOne of the smallest zone wars maps, this island is sure to have the player enter straight into the action.
Being mostly barren, there are few structures on the island initially, so building is going to be most important to stay alive. Image via DropniteOne of the most popular Zones experiences, Town Zones brings a familiar location from the Call of Duty series modeling the map after the iconic map Nuke Town.
Image via DropniteAs probably the most visually impressive Zones mode, the 75th Hunger Games draws its inspiration from the movie of the same name. This map has it all, competitive loot in the center, a large jungle to take cover in and in-game events that will influence the way you play.
Image via DropniteA take on Zones that is more closely related to the standard game, Mini Battle Royale Simulator is going to drop players into a much smaller map that they are used to and have them loot and play the game as they would in the regular mode. This map is great for someone who is trying to get more experience in firefights but still would like to remain true to the battle royale’s looting structure.
The way the player creates unique maps with fast-paced action and excitement is as good as any other creator in the community. The Small Town Squad Scrims map puts players in a large square with limited cover for them to take refuge.
A FUN Island style Zone wars with RANDOM Weapons! During the downtime between the new season, a lot of players have been flocking towards Creative to try out some new maps.
For those who do not know, Donny SC is one of the bestrode War map creators in the entire world Moving onto another pioneer of Zones maps, we are now going to feature Enigma's Downhill River.
Fortnite is a Battle Royale that revolves around looting buildings and other structures. To survive and get the title of “Victory Royale”, it is essential to know the best loot spots on the map.
Players often struggle with the new map and searching for the best loot spots can be a drag. Fort Crumpet is a perfect place to land if players are looking for a quick drop.
Risky Reel is a great place for gathering building material and necessary loot. Teams will often drop in Retail Row to get the best loot, and that means a lot of fighting.
Slurry Swamp is also known for its low action early in the game since players rarely land at this spot. Players can also access boats from this place, which makes reaching the safe zone easier.
After four long months, Fortnite finally released another big content update in the form of Chapter2 Season 2. Vaults contain large amounts of great loot that will give you an excellent chance at winning that coveted victory royale.
First off, The Yacht is located at the northeast corner of the map, just off the coast of Steamy Stacks. Once aboard The Yacht, watch out for the henchmen NPCs, which will take aim at you on sight.
This disguise also allows you to unlock weapon caches, which are containers holding rare loot in each of the game's vaults. First, you'll need to take down Muscles, the buff kitty cat and boss who can be found in the main room on The Yacht.
This will grant you access to the vault room, located on the Yacht's lower deck. At The Grotto, located on the eastern portion of the map, use the phone booth at the edge of the water for a disguise, then take down Brutus, the burly bald boss who can be found wielding a mini gun near the northern end of the location.
It's an island consisting of a secret hideout built on top of a shark-shaped rock -- pretty cool right? Once defeated, she will drop a gold assault rifle, and The Shark Key card, which unlocks the vault located in the basement.
Then, you can grab a boat docked in the shark's mouth for a quick getaway. The Agency's boss, Midas, will be wandering throughout the area and never settles in a single spot.
Once you've killed Midas, pick up his golden drum gun and The Agency Key card, then head to the building's basement to unlock the vault. Some of Michael's all-time favorite games include Resident Evil 4, BioS hock Infinite, Halo 3, Pokémon Crystal, and GTA San Andreas.
Right now he's playing a ton of AC Valhalla, Rule Warriors: Age of Calamity, The Witcher 3 (again), and per usual, Pokémon GO. Following Season 10s big world-ending event, Fortnite's Chapter2 update has arrived, marking a brand-new start for the hit battle royale game.
Epic has completely revamped Fortnite's map, and there are new ways to level up your Battle Pass. If you're new to how this all works or simply need a refresher, we break down everything you need to know about the Battle Pass and how you can get your hands on all the goodies it holds below.
The Battle Pass is probably the most important thing in Fortnite, and it's something you'll want to spend cash to get if you plan to play the game long-term. The pass effectively is the container that holds all the customization items players use to make their characters look cool--we're talking skins, emotes, wraps, gliders, and back bling, among other things.
Doing certain things while playing like eliminating opponents or completing challenges will net you medals and XP, which level up the Battle Pass. In addition to challenges, you'll earn XP and medals for completing activities such as eliminating opponents, looting chests, harvesting materials, and more.
It'll cost you around $10 / £8 to get 1,000 V-Bucks, which will get you the Battle Pass and leave you with some digital pocket change to spend elsewhere on the Fortnite store. Beyond that, rewards include additional skins, wraps--which change the visual style of whatever items they're applied to--pets, emotes, back bling, sprays, new loading screen artwork, music, and more.
Before Season 10s “The End” event caused a black hole to destroy everything, Epic had been teasing that some major changes were in store for Fortnite, and sure enough, Chapter2 revamps the game dramatically. Perhaps the biggest change is the new map, which features 13 new locations to explore along with a handful of returning ones such as Retail Row and Pleasant Park.
To help you traverse the map's numerous waterways more easily, Epic has introduced a new speed boat vehicle. You can also now hoist a downed ally on your shoulders to carry them to safety or heal them from afar using a bandage bazooka.