English Deutsch Francais Español Portugues Italiano 日本語

Fortnite: How to Play the Flooded Map

By
2020-06-17 08:25:03


Guide to learn how to play on the flooded map of Fortnite

  As you already know a new event recently appeared for players to enjoy but the Doomsday event came and went, and there seem to be big changes underway for Chapter 2: Season 3.

As a result of this event, several have confirmed that the Fortnite map is surrounded by a new water-based Storm. Because of this we will take a look at what is happening with the new storm in Fortnite and teach you how to play on the flooded map.

How to play on the flooded map in Fortnite?


As previously reported the Device event took place at Fortnite on June 15, just two days before the end of Chapter 2: Season 2., during the event, the device If you did not reach the Midas Doomsday event , it emerged from under the Agency and completely destroyed the building.

Another thing that happened was that the hatches surrounding the Agency opened and deployed giant electrical conductors of a type that absorbed electricity from the Doomsday device. Each of the drivers fired a bolt of electricity into the storm and turned it into some kind of giant tidal wave.

If you want to see this new panorama, you can do it queuing in a game as usual. Once you board the battle bus, you will find that it now flies over a giant body of water, with a carved space for the map. Additionally, players caught in the storm will now be able to swim back to dry land instead of running.

Following this event, Epic Games' plans are unknown, but rumors suggest they are planning a new story with a company that appears to be trying to control the storm.

Other things that may catch your attention in the aftermath of the event were that participants were randomly teleported to an office building, where they were able to hear a phone call between Agent Jonesy and an unknown third party. It is not entirely clear whether Jonesy's company is the good guys or the bad guys, but it will be discovered later.

On the other hand, if you are still interested in the challenges, they still have a few days to complete the remaining challenges in Chapter 2: Season 2. Once the new season launches, all the challenges and rewards of Season 2 will be eliminated.

 Now that you know how to play on the flooded map in Fortnite it will be more than beneficial for those who want to take advantage of the last remaining hours of challenge. Do not miss it! Luck.





Platform(s):
PC, macOS, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, iOS, Android
Genre(s):
Survival, battle royale, sandbox
Developer(s):
Epic Games
Publisher(s):
Epic Games
Engine:
Unreal Engine 4
Release date:
July 25, 2017
Mode:
Co-op, multiplayer
age rating:
12+




Other Articles Related

  • Fortnite: How to upgrade a weapon at Salty Springs
  • Fortnite: Where to claim your Trident at Coral Cove for the Aquaman skin
  • Fortnite: How to Use a Firefly Jar at Misty Meadows
  • F1 2020: How to Fix D3DCompiler_43.dll and Other .dll Not Found
  • Fortnite: How to find Gorgeous Gorge
  • Fortnite: How to fix error code 93
  • Fortnite: How to fix error code 91
  • Fortnite: How to fix error code 86
  • Fortnite: How to fix error code 23
  • Fortnite: How to Check the Server Status - Tips and tricks
  • Fortnite: How to fix error code 0
  • Fortnite: How to fix error code 7
  • Fortnite: How to open loot vaults with a Choppa
  • Fortnite: How to Get Bhangra Boogie Emote
  • Fortnite: Where to find all XP Coin in Season 3 Week 4
  • Fortnite: Where to find Dirty Docks
  • Fortnite: How to get Codes for Gate A, B, and C
  • Fortnite: How to Complete All Aquaman Challenges
  • Fortnite: Where to find Pleasant Park Floating Ring in Season 3 Week 4
  • Fortnite: How to Complete a Lap at Motorboat Mayhem
    Other Recent Articles