Want to know about the new Fortnite map for Chapter 3 Season 3? With Doctor Slone and her Imagined Order seemingly banished from the island, it’s time to celebrate in style. A new festival area, complete with a theme park built on the remains of IO’s headquarters is now available for you to explore.
Meanwhile, there have been plenty of Fortnite map changes to keep track of for Chapter 3 Season 3, not to mention new Indiana Jones skin and the ability to ride Fornite animals for the first time. The Fortnite developers at Epic Games aren’t afraid to change the map between seasons, so we’ve put together a guide to all of the major changes you need to take into account if you’re looking to come out on top in the popular battle royale game.
So, pull up a chair and grab your best map-reading glasses; here’s your handy guide to the new Fortnite map for the latest season. Just what are those new red and blue lines about, anyway?
Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 3 map changes
Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 3 comes with plenty of changes, mostly on the western side of the map. Several new named locations replace the IO strongholds that once plagued the island.
Here are all of the Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 3 map changes:
- Command Cavern is now Rave Cave, which has a Baller rollercoaster running throughout its many entrances
- Greasy Grove is now overrun with mushrooms, ripping apart buildings
- A forest of purple trees has grown where Camp Cuddle used to be
- A new area called Reality Falls takes its place, centred around a giant lilac tree.
- Tilted Towers and its surrounding areas are being rebuilt after their destruction towards the end of Chapter 3 Season 2
- A tree is now growing in LogJam Lumberyard, so the area is now called LogJam Lotus
- Butter Barn is now Butter Bloom and changes between several styles
- The temple between Rocky Reels and The Joneses is now Shuffled Shrines, which has an unlockable secret door.
Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 3 new landmarks
There are several new landmarks in Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 3:
- Outposts – there are several IO outposts scattered throughout the map, all in ruins and have since been repurposed
- Fungi Farm – a cluster of giant mushrooms to the southwest of Greasy Grove
- Shelly Soals – a small beach west of Greasy Grove, covered with open clams
- Leafy Reef – a cove with a shark head made from stone to the west of Greasy Grove
- Displaced Depot – an abandoned warehouse west of Greasy Grove
- Cappy Cabin – a small hut on stilts southwest of Reality Falls
- Beach Bash – a small area southwest of Reality Falls with an ice cream truck, DJ station, and inflatable deckchairs
- Groovy Grove – a valley of mushrooms west of Reality Falls, it has a river with an ethereal stream flowing through it
- Shroom Station – gas station east of Reality Falls
- Reality Tree – this is the giant tree in the middle of Reality Falls
- Hench Hut – an overgrown hut to the north of Reality Falls
- Peril Pass – a ravine with caves and a bursting spring west of Reality Falls
- Scratch Pad – lodge west of Reality Falls with a big purple scratching post inside
- Shroom Chalet – a hut southwest of Rave Cave
- ‘Stools Fuels – a wooden gas station southwest of Rave Cave
- Spore Shack – a small boathouse southwest of Rave Cave
- Happy Camper – a caravan park southeast of Rave Cave
- Drill Hill – east of Rave Cave, this is the remains of The Fortress
- The Devoured – east of Tilted Towers, this site has some large unearthed bones
- Syndicate Shoals – island of the northeastern coast that has a condo with Evie patrolling it
That’s everything we know about the new Fortnite map changes. For more Fortnite goodness, make sure you check out how to get free Fortnite V-bucks, and remember to keep an eye out for Fortnite Tover tokens locations so you can use them to get new custom parts for the Snap skin. You can also now complete Fortnite Nindo challenges and fight Darth Vader to complete one of the Vibin’ quests.