Season 4 of Fortnite has certainly introduced new and innovative features to the popular Battle Royale title that were not seen in previous seasons.
One of those aspects has been the constantly evolving map, which has been changing on a near weekly basis stemming from when it was struck by meteors at the start of the season.
Gaming news outlet IGN has been consistently updating its interactive Fortnite map to reflect the various changes, and its most recent version includes new features that cannot yet be seen in the game.
With Season 4 coming to a close in the coming weeks, these map changes will most likely be added to the in-game locations after the launch of the v4.5 update, which will likely be released on June 26th.
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The latest changes on IGN’s Fortnite map are focused on three major areas: Dusty Divot, Tilted Towers, and the Rocket at the Villain Lair near Snobby Shores.
Dusty Divot, which was hit with a large meteor at the start, has been periodically receiving structural changes to the central building located in the crater. It appears that the v4.5 map will add to that even more.[ad name=”article3″]
Although not as drastic as Dusty Divot, Tilted Towers has also experienced major changes since the meteor strike.
The IGN v4.5 map shows that even further changes are coming as a large and new structure will be built where the crater had formally been at the start of the season.
The last major change coming appears to be at the Villain lair near Snobby Shores, which contains a large, purple rocket, which, according to leaked game files, will be launched by the end of the season.
IGN’s updated v4.5 map shows the rocket missing from the lair, meaning that the launch could be coming as soon as next week.
Since these map changes have not yet been formally announced or confirmed by Fortnite developer Epic Games, all this should be treated as speculation.
However, IGN’s reliability has proven to be strong enough where these changes can be expected to be very likely to happen.