On July 1, the water level of the Fortnite Season 3 map went down just because. Try not to be astonished in the event that you didn’t see it after a game or two – the main spot that appeared to be influenced was Steamy Stacks, which is presently liberated from the flood.
New Map is very flooded
Fortnite has experienced a sensational change with the arrival of Chapter 2’s Season 3 this previous week. The map has been flooded because of an emotional prophetically catastrophic occasion, or if nothing else the close to the abhorrence of one.
The same number of you know, Fortnite will continuously bring down the water level through the span of the season, uncovering new POIs and, in the long run, bringing the much-anticipated vehicles to the game. As per reports, the following phase of the Season 3 map will discharge on July 11. This stage will be progressively noteworthy, with Risky Reels returning into play.
The full Fortnite Season 3 map is shockingly like the Season 2 map – at any rate, by all accounts. The flooded POIs will probably look a considerable amount changed when the water level brings down. We’ve just observed spilled pictures of spots like The Shark and Craggy Cliffs with no water. It would seem that the Grotto will stay a pool for the total of Season 3.
The Map is similar to the previous ones in Fortnite
To the shock of many, the Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 3 last map isn’t as significantly changed as some would anticipate. Truth be told, there are just a couple of prominently changed pieces of the map. Something else, zones like Rickety Rig, Misty Meadows, Lazy Lake, Pleasant Park. And for the most part wherever else are all in similar spots with similar structures. It’s conceivable they’ll be changed in littler manners due to being flooded for such a long time. However, perhaps Epic designs to just hold the map regions players are so acquainted with.
Since we know how the last Fortnite Season 3 map will look. Everything we can do is hang tight for the water to continuously bring down through the span of the season. We’ll be finding these new and returning areas with all of you. And update you as often as possible on everything that changes.