The Chapter 4 Season 2 update has arrived and with it a number of changes to the Fortnite Island have been discovered, including four new named locations.
MEGA City has arrived, bringing tall skyscrapers and dancing holograms to the Fortnite Island. Running all over the POI, Grind Rails allow players to quickly travel across the city.
Following Season 2's theme, the new Knotty Nets POI features a collection of traditional Japanese-style buildings across a small island.
The Kenjutusu Crossing POI brings a giant Japanese Dojo to the Fortnite map. Located at the southernmost point of the Fortnite Island, the building contains enough Kinetic Blades for the entire lobby.
Found south-east of Frenzy Fields, the Steamy Springs POI brings a smaller group of Japanese buildings to the Island, along with lots of Bamboo.
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North of MEGA City, players can find a modern race track featuring the new Nitro Drifter cars and Rogue Bikes.
A small fishing spot surrounded by Bamboo, the Placid Pond landmark contains a number of Chests.
Found on the centre island in the lake below MEGA City, the Coldwater Sanctuary landmark contains three floors of loot, including the Kinetic Blade.
A group of monoliths can be found behind the Dojo at Kenjutsu Crossing.
Loot Lake Island
As Reality Zero continues to deteriorate, Loot Lake's centre island can be seen rifting into the map at random times during a match. This version is different from previous Loot Lake islands we've seen, as a two-key vault is now located underneath the house.
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