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Complete map of all Reboot Van locations in Fortnite v8.30




Reboot Vans have finally arrived in Fortnite and are already wildly shaking up the gameplay structure. They will quickly become one of the most important locations to track and knowing where each one can be found is going to be important.

Respawning in Battle Royale has quickly become a fan-favorite feature in many other BR experiences like Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 and Apex: Legends.

While Battle Royale was originally conceived as a gamemode with a single life, the idea has lead to many problems like frustrating early game deaths due to bad RNG.

Reboot Van are Epic’s response to the latest trend and they look it be extremely powerful. With that said, they do let out a loud and visible warning to all players nearby when you attempt to resurrect teammates.

Map of Reboot Van Locations

You will need to know where to find these new locations. Thankfully, we’ve got a map that will guide you on your way.

The Reboot Vans are quite easily visible and will emit a loud sound when enemies are using them.

There are 19 Reboot Vans on the Fortnite map currently with almost all of them being located within or very close to the named locations.

Essentially, don’t worry too much about having trouble finding one of these new additions. The vans are quite abundant and chances are the next Storm circle will include at least one of these.

We hope that the abundance of them does not lead to serious balance issues, but we don’t foresee any major problems. Of course, bugs are always possible, but Epic has always been good to clean them up quickly.

Impact on Competitive Fortnite

The most interesting part of the addition, in our opinion, will be to see how radically it shifts the Fortnite competitive meta. Competitive Fortnite is notorious for its large player number end-games and the Reboot Vans might lead to even more end-game chaos.

Epic might need to make adjusts to the scoring systems for the World Cup encourage players to seek out eliminations earlier in the game. The game has trouble holding up performance with 50+ players in a smaller circle, especially on consoles.

Though, the Reboot Vans could end up being the solution to these hectic end-games if players decide that taking the risk for kills is more worthwhile now. Having a way to respawn could lead for more exciting gameplay outside of end-game scernarios.

All of this remains to be seen.

What do you think of the new Reboot Vans? How are liking them so far and have you seen any issues with their deployment so far? Tell us in the comments or on Twitter at @FortniteINTEL.


Stats reveal the deadliest locations in Fortnite Season 5

Fortnite data miner, Lucas7Yoshi, has created a map of the most deadly locations in Fortnite Season 5. Here’s where to land or avoid.



Fortnite Season 5 Battle Pass

The Fortnite world is a deadly one. Take a look at some of the most dangerous locations on the entire map.

It’s no secret that Fortnite – and all battle royales, for that matter – have hot-spots for players to drop. If you want a fight, you’ll find one at Salty Towers in every game. If you want a more relaxed experience, Craggy Cliffs might be your speed.

Which are the deadliest places on the Fortnite map? Regular players know about some of them. It should be no secret that Salty Towers and Pleasant Park see a lot of action.

Data miner Lucas7Yoshi has been gathering all kinds of Fortnite data, lately. Most recently, he compiled a map of the most active locations in Season 5. As you can see, Salty Towers and Lazy Lake top the list.

The areas shrouded in blue aren’t completely inactive, but they show how much activity happens at the center of the map. If you want a safe drop, the northeast corner is probably your best bet.

From the map, you can see that the action isn’t isolated to the center. Sure, it’s the most active, but Holly Hedges, Sweaty Sands, Retail Row, and Slurpy Swamp almost always have a few deaths per match.

These locations are probably more bus path-dependent than Pleasant, Salty, and Lazy, but they still get a ton of attention. Stealthy Stronghold – likely bolstered by the addition of Predator – can also be seen on the map.

This map doesn’t give us too much new information, but it’s interesting to see how much activity takes place in different areas of the map. Even the no man’s land of the Zero Point has more deaths than places like Steamy Stacks – the safest named POI in Season 5.

We’re interested in learning more about Fortnite trends as Lucas7Yoshi continues his research. So far, he’s compiled data for the most popular cosmetics to go along with his new death map.

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Fortnite Winter Trials event & rewards leaked

Epic Games quickly added and removed a webpage that revealed a new Fortnite event: Winter Trials. Here’s everything we know so far.



Epic Games released a new website, announcing the Fortnite Winter Trials. They have since removed the site, leading fans to believe it was leaked early.

Most of the time, when we’re discussing Fortnite leaks, we’re talking about data miners finding files in the game that relate to certain events, skins, etc. In rare cases, Epic let something slip a bit early. That’s what we have here.

On January 25, Epic released the Fortnite Winter Trials webpage, showcasing free rewards, an influencer tournament, community voting on events, and more.

The website was quickly removed after it was added, but data miner Hypex was able to record some of the contents before it went down.

The details of the event are still limited, but it appears as though players will be earning badges for logging in, voting for challenges, and playing Fortnite.

Over the course of the rest of the season, your playtime and badges will reward you with free cosmetics. Most of them are hidden, but we know about a spray, emoticon, and weapon wrap from the images on the website.

Fortnite Winter Trials rewards

We should see an official announcement of the event soon. Since Epic were the ones who jumped the gun, we expect to see them announce the event as soon as tomorrow – if not later tonight.

We’ll update this post when we learn more about the event, along with additional details on how to earn free cosmetics. Stay tuned.

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Fortnite tease new Drift Crew skins



Epic Games are dropping some cryptic hints relating to the iconic Drift character in Fortnite, and speculation suggests it’s all leading to a new Drift Crew skin.

On January 24, Epic Games posted a series of mysterious tweets, to get the community guessing.

Their first post referenced Drift directly, saying: “Drift? Drift. Come in. Do you read me?” A series of messages followed, asking for help – presumably Drift’s help.

The Fortnite account has since deleted the tweets, but here’s a screenshot of all of them from iFireMonkey.

Data miner HYPEX was quick to highlight that these teasers are almost certainly connected to the upcoming new Drift Skin, which appears to be a female version of the fan-favorite skin.

Fortnite Crew is the monthly subscription service, and it’s expected that this new Drift skin will be included in the February edition of the subscription rewards.

Fortnite Monthly Crew Pack
The Fortnite Crew subscription includes V-Bucks plus cosmetic rewards.

The subscription grants players each new Battle Pass, plus 1,000 V-Bucks, in addition to the cosmetic rewards.

We’ll have to wait and see confirmation about the new Drift skin as we put January in the rearview mirror and move into February.

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