New leaked files released by data-miners suggest that Tilted Towers may be destroyed in the near future.
Tilted Towers was originally added to Fortnite during Season 2 of the popular battle royale title, and has become a fan-favorite landing spot for players who like to find action early in their matches.
That may soon be a thing of the past if these leaks are accurate, as the sprawling city may soon be brought to the ground.
Dataminer FNLeak has found files in a folder named ‘ClientPilotScenarios/DestroyTiltedTowers’ that suggest robots will flood into Tilted Towers and begin to destroy the iconic location.
The robots will be immortal, and will have max ammunition, using Rocket Launchers, LMGs, Grenade Launchers and Hand Cannons to bring Tilted Towers down.
It’s possible that this could be linked to the A.I.M. Hunting Party skin, a robot character which has been spotted in the background of various loading screens since it was released. The A.I.M. skin was looking intently at a map in the Week 8 loading screen, which may have been plans to destroy the area.
The game files now include the explicit mention of destroying Tilted Towers!— Fortnite Leakage (@FNLeak) November 27, 2018
I can't find other information apart from this picture.
These lines of text have to do with bots that are configurable in some manner to attack things. pic.twitter.com/ZmdHPGcFJQ
This isn’t the first time that Fortnite fans have believed that the end of Tilted Towers was coming. Back in Season 4, Tilted Towers was believed to be the target of the massive meteor which crashed onto the map, but instead destroyed Dusty Depot, turning it into Dusty Divot.
While dataminers have found this in the files of the game, it doesn’t mean it will definitely happen. Events and skins have been found in the game’s files in the past, only for them to never see the light of day, leaving Fortnite fans wondering what happened to them.
If Tilted Towers is destroyed, it’s likely it will take place during Season 7 which is set to start next week. We’ll be sure to keep you updated as new information becomes available.
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