Fortnite Season 5 is here. Take a look at all of the major POIs included in the new season.
It seems like Fortnite has been upping the ante with each recent Fortnite Season. It might be recency bias, but this seems like the biggest season in Chapter 2 so far.
Let’s take a look at all of the major changes included in the Fortnite Season 5 map.
New Fortnite Map
The Fortnite Season 5 map looks amazing. No, it’s not a completely new map like some people thought. Still, Epic fleshed things out with new locations that fit the theme and expand on what’s already there.
Here’s how the new map looks when you enter the game for the first time. As always, we expect Epic to add to this as the season goes on.
Tilted Towers is back! Well, it’s kind of back. Salty Springs and Tilted Towers have morphed together to create Salty Towers – perhaps a better name for the area.
This will be the hottest drop spot in the game on release – potentially for the entire season. Salty Springs was already a hot drop spot, and Tilted is the game’s original hottest spot.
This is going to be fun. Can’t wait to see NickMercs come back and dominate, here.
Stealthy Stronghold gives us a Jurassic Park vibe, along with some old school Dusty Divot foliage.
This location might end up being one of the tamer drops over the course of the season. It occupies the northeast portion of the map, which was always a good place to land if you didn’t want a large fight.
We can’t wait to see what’s under all these trees.
Colossal Coliseum is going to be a tough place to fight. You won’t want to get caught in the middle with enemies on the sides.
We expect this to be another hot drop for players in Season 5. It is, after all, a coliseum.
Hunter’s Haven seems like a smaller version of Misty Meadows or Lazy Lake, but we’ll have to see. This is a perfect place for a new location, though, right in the…