Fortnite Season 4 heralds plenty of significant changes to Epic Games' battle royale game. The argument is that the game would be better off without so much of the action on a map being concentrated on one location.
The comet took out an entire hanger at the former Depot and left an impact crater that's about the size of an entire map quadrant. Discover gravity-defying Hop Rocks and find new ways to play.
First, when you jump from the battle bus, ignore any urges to visit the brand new Dusty Divot location and keep flying towards Loot Lake. Many locations have been transformed by its impact, along with new points of interest created in the aftermath. A small part of the lake is offset from the rest of it on the east side, and there you'll find a big rock and half-sunken boat.
Well, sort of. You gain a kind of low gravity power that means you can float about, which has got to be fun. Everyone is trying to grind their way to tier 100 before season 4 arrives while keeping a close eye on everything that Epic Games says in hopes of getting a glimpse of what season 4 holds in store.
In battle royale, only one team or player can come out on top, so unless you are one of the top players worldwide you are winning less than 8-10% of your matches. And, no, the rampant speculation turned out to be wrong: Tilted Towers still stands tall and undamaged. Next to those is the male version of graffiti artist Teknique who unlocks at Tier 23 of the Battle Pass.
The interesting thing is that season 4 is here and the meteor didn't crash anywhere. A new addition to the map is called Risky Reels, which was shown in the trailer for Season 4, and it essentially is a drive-in theater.