Fortnite is a vast game-scape of near limitness information for players to absorb and testing this knowledge with quizzes can be a whole lot of fun.
Season X has Fortnite in a bit of lull state as players are frustrated by Epic’s decision-making and lack of action on community responses. The game’s still fun to play as a casual experience, but we understand the plight of the hardcore players who want a more competitive title.
During such times, it can be hard to see the positives. To cheer us all up, let’s play a game. More specifically, let’s take a quiz on Fortnite knowledge.
Warning: Mind-bending Fortnite Quiz just ahead
In the past, we’ve had quizzes on many topics like LTMs, weapons, and even Outfits. We wanted to make this one special by turning up the heat to around 12. The difficulty of question found in the quiz are generally meant to stump you.
Don’t worry, there’s no need to get the cheat sheets out. The quiz will handily tell you the correct answer even if you click on a wrong answer. This way you can have to info going forward.
The good part of a hard quiz is the glory of getting a perfect score (or close to one). Bragging rights from an easy fight in Fortnite don’t care much weight, but defeating a professional like Bugha in a build battle should definitely bring a grin out in anybody. That’s the goal of the quiz today.
Please, after you are done with the quiz, post your scores in the comments below. Keep in my mind that many other players will want to see screenshot evidence before letting you take the pride of being the top dog.
We hope you enjoy the quiz and find it to be challenging. If you can get a perfect score, you truly are a Fortnite wiz-kid.
How to use underwater Reboot Vans in Fortnite Season 3
With a bit of effort and some ingenuity, you can reach the underwater Reboot Vans in Fortnite Season 3.
For those who have been away from Fortnite for the past week, Fortnite Season 3 released and flooded the map. We have some new POIs, new weapons, and new ways to play the game.
Reboot Vans were an unfortunate casualty of the new season. Epic didn’t seem to add many of them in the new POIs, and they sunk a portion of the existing vans around the map. Finding a place to safely reboot your teammates can be more difficult than ever.
Some of the sunken Reboot vans still show up on the map, making things even more confusing. You could rotate to an area, only to realize that the Reboot Van isn’t available.
The water will recede over the coming weeks, so these sunken Reboot Vans will come into play. One player found a way to get to the underwater Reboot Vans early, however. Reddit user u/MayorOfKenja got to one of these using a Motorboat, builds, and some ingenuity.
It’s unclear how, exactly, this player builds so deep under the water. As most of you know, Season 3 has greatly improved our abilities to build over the water-covered areas. If you can get your pieces to place down there, then you could be able to access this Reboot Van, as well.
Admittedly, this is going to be a tough one to replicate. Not only are you going to have to spend several minutes building your way down there, but you’ll have to make sure you have enough HP to survive the drowning effect. If you can pull it off, we’d love to see it!
How to make an underwater map work in Fortnite Season 3
“SpongeBob physics” might be the only way that an underwater map will work in Fortnite Season 3.
Fortnite Season 3 is just over a week away, and rumors are swirling about what it will bring. It seems to be all but confirmed that a flood will overtake the map, which has fans equally exciting and worried.
An underwater map could be amazing or it could be awful. Swimming in Fortnite is notoriously inconsistent and annoying. All-water zones are the worst, and we can’t imagine a map that’s entirely comprised of the water physics from Seasons 1 and 2.
A Fortnite map that’s entirely underwater and forces players to swim all of the time would likely be a disaster. It would change the game far too much, and most players would probably be turned off after a couple of weeks – not to mention all of the bugs that would likely arise from this mechanic.
That’s why we’re predicting something different. We saw a post on Reddit from u/JjGuyy0 that perfectly illustrates what we think will happen when Season 3 comes out.
Instead of swimming and floating under the water, we’re predicting what JjGuyy0 calls, “SpongeBob physics.” Even if the crossover doesn’t happen, his presence can be felt through the gameplay.
What we mean by this is that players won’t float. Instead, the underwater part of the map will act like the normal map – as is the case in SpongeBob. Players will sink to the bottom and use new water-based vehicles to move around.
We heard rumors about a shark vehicle, but the specifics from JjGuyy0 are only speculation. The mechanics of the islands make sense, however, and we expect to see something similar to what u/JjGuyy0 has proposed.
In our opinion, “SpongeBob physics” is the only way to make an underwater Fortnite map work. It will change little other than the aesthetics of the map, which will be a perfect breath of fresh air for the community. Let’s hope that we’re right.
How did this Fortnite player reach level 520?
Want to know what it takes to get a golden Agent Peely? This player has it figured out.
It’s no secret that gathering all of the XP required to obtain a golden Agent Peely skin variant in Fortnite is a massive chore. You have to reach level 350, which is nearly impossible for casual players.
You have to grind all of the challenges and play every day to reach this level. Even with that, it will still be difficult for those who didn’t purchase all of the Battle Pass tiers when the season first released.
Even most Fortnite streamers – who play every day and purchased the entirety of the Battle Pass on day-one – haven’t hit level 350. It’s going to be a status symbol to have a gold Agent Peely when Season 2 ends.
YouTube creator Cinema of Gaming was curious about which player had the highest level in the world. He did some digging and found a player named TALOCAN. The 17-year-old German YouTuber is, stunningly, level 520. According to data miner Hypex, the player reached level 400 on April 15.
Cinema of Gaming stated that this player plays, “Team Rumble, land at Steamy Stacks, opens all the chests at Steamy Stacks, leaves the game & repeat for 16 hours a day,” just as Epic Games intended.
As you may expect, this player is a grinder. He’s reached level 100 in every previous season. For Chapter 2 Season 2, he has his eyes set on level 600.
We don’t know whether or not this player has the highest rank in the world, but it wouldn’t surprise us. Few players have the dedication to open chests in Team Rumble without engaging with the enemy team.
Obviously, TALOCAN finds some sort of enjoyment out of this – even if it’s only for the accomplishment. Now, you know what you have to do if you’re struggling to reach level 350.
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