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Fortnite map reportedly updated, water level lowered again

Fortnite’s map is set to face its next evolution. The water level is reportedly lowering once again, revealing new locations that were previously submerged in water.

Well-known Fortnite data miner ShiinaBR tweeted a video of the new map, showcasing all the changes and new locations that will reportedly be available in the game later today.

One of the biggest changes is the return of the popular location Sweaty Sands, as well as roads appearing at Slurpy Swamp. The Fortnite data miner also suggested that the highly-anticipated Atlantis point of interest should be added to the game within the next seven days.

Earlier this month, data miners believed they found a copy of the final map after the water level has lowered entirely, exposing a new location titled “The Ruins,” which many believed to be Atlantis.

While it’s not available in the game yet, the location that was first seen in the Black Manta skin reveal trailer has been rumored to enter Fortnite as an Aquaman-specific POI.

The Aquaman skin was first shown in the Fortnite Chapter Two, season three launch trailer and was added to the game, unlockable by completing in-game challenges after purchasing the season’s battle pass. The Black Manta skin, however, was added to the Fortnite store later in the season and costs 950 V-Bucks.

As the water level continues to lower, it seems like fans only have a short amount of time left to experience all of the water-based additions to the season before another drastic change hits the map.