Fortnite Season 4: Everything You Need to Know

Fortnite Season 4: Everything You Need to Know

Fortnite Season 4: Everything You Need to Know

Now, in both acknowledgment and celebration of the new changes, we're breaking down some of the latest additions players will spot within the Fortnite Season 4 map. No matter your thoughts on the game itself, it was an ingenious marketing ploy.

If you haven't been keeping up, players began seeing meteors streak across the sky during Battle Royale matches a few weeks ago. Instead, it hit within Dusty Depot, leaving a massive crater that now plays home to the new Dusty Divot base as well as a large number of Hop Rocks, the new in-game items that allow players to contend with the forces of gravity to leap much higher than before. Exploring the map to see what's different should be an exciting endeavor for Fortnite veterans, and these new areas that have been added with the comet's landing are definitely worth exploring.

The craters now feature glowing rocks which activate low gravity mode for players. Here's everything you need to know. On May 1st, Epic Games will wrap up the third season of content for what is arguably the most popular game in the world and will debut season 4.

If you pay for a Season 4 Battle Pass you'll automatically unlock two new skins: a military commando called Battlehawk and a futuristic exosuit titled Carbide. This is also the quickest way to earn experience points and rank up to Tier 100. Soon after Epic Games launched the free-to-play Battle Royale mode to accompany the Save the World campaign and quickly players were hooked. Finally, there are 33 new Sprays (those graffiti tags), starting with a big "X" at tier 3. People who buy the "battle pass" get a ton of new challenges that unlock a ton of new in-game stuff, from gliders to skins to emotes. Being able to jump way up in the air and slowly float down makes it a lot easier to get a height advantage on your enemies.

Many players had a theory that Tilted Towers, which is the most crowded part of the map, will be destroyed in an impact.

That map is going to lead you to Loot Lake.

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