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Fortnite: How to Ride a Loot Shark - Chapter 2 Season 3

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2020-06-18 08:11:15


The map of Fortnite presents us with a quantity of water, so it is necessary to know how to ride a loot shark, let's see.

 The season of Fortnite brings a map where most of it is water, this implies the presence of sharks to which it is possible to mount, this simply implies an evident alteration in this world but that is well worth experimenting.

Why ride a loot shark in Fortnite?


Although it is true that all seasons present some changes, this third season presents some considerable changes, implying with it the need to know how to ride a loot shark, since this has an enormous advantage and is to allow us to move around the map, especially considering that most of it is covered by water, and ends up being practically a transport.

Sharks are added to a number of changes that have been made in this game, it is a universe where we could observe other characters such as Deadpool, Stormtroopers, John Wick, among others, only now it is also possible to see Aquaman rather the version Jason Momoa, and some other characters that we can unlock as time goes by.

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    How to ride a loot shark in Fortnite?


    To be able to do it, it is necessary to have some important elements and this leads us in the first instance to get a fishing rod, the good thing is that you do not have to make much effort and this is particularly because it is possible to get it randomly in the chests or simply near the water.

    With the fishing rod it is easy to get close to any body of water, because we will only wait for some shark to appear and as soon as we see it we must launch the fishing rod so that it can probably catch it and in this way we can take the shark, because it will be necessary to control the direction of the same, because while we mount we must direct it to the right or to the left.

    There is a possibility that this shark can cross small spaces of land, this usually occurs when it has enough speed but we must bear in mind that it will not last long and we will be forced to go quickly to the water again, because if we do not We will come off and this is simply not what we want, because we would have to do the whole process again from the beginning and this ends up consuming us more time than necessary.

    Now that you know how to ride a loot shark you can do it and feel all the adrenaline for riding large fish that only being in Fortnite we can do it.





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




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