Two of Fortnite’s most popular locations, Neo Tilted and Paradise Palms, are set to undergo some huge transformations throughout Season 10 – including the possible return of Moisty Mire. 

The game’s tenth season officially kicked off on Thursday, August 1 with the v10.0 update, which introduced the brand new B.R.U.T.E. mech suits, and a new addition to the game called Rift Zones. 

These Rift Zones appeared following the explosion of the orb at the end of Season 9, and create alternate versions of reality that significantly affect gameplay, whether it be in the return of a new location, or a new way of playing that may mean you cannot use certain items, or gain special abilities. 

Season X has already saw the return of fan favorite point-of-interest Dusty Depot alongside a host of other map changes, and it appears that Epic have major plans for two of the game’s most popular landing spots, Neo Tilted and Paradise Palms. 

Paradise Palms will disappear according to hints from Epic Games. Credit: Epic Games

According to popular data miner FortTory, Neo Tilted, which is currently a futuristic cityscape with huge LED boards and modern buildings, is set to take a step back in time to take on a wild west theme. 

The city will be filled with wooden structures, with a dirt road crawling around the buildings instead of the tarmac that we’ve become accustomed to. 

It appears that Paradise Palms isn’t long for this world either, with players who have hopped into the game discovering clues that suggest the classic Moisty Mire location will make a return to the game at some point in Season X. 

The first major clue is the sign which sits outside Paradise Palms, with the background looking almost identical to the swamp which originally sat in the south-eastern corner of the map. 

The sign at Paradise Palms shows Moisty Mire in the background.

Trees have also been spotted sprouting out of the ground around the area, however these are not the palm trees that we see elsewhere in the desert biome, but rather they are made of the darker wood of the forest that sat in the marshy wasteland. 

One of the Moisty Mire trees have appeared near Paradise Palms. Credit: Epic Games

When these changes will be made remains unclear, but with the files for Tilted already added to the game, and the hints appearing at Paradise Palms already, it seems like it won’t be long before we see more major changes to the map.

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  1. First they bring back Dusty, where nobody landed, and then they want to bring back Moisty Mire, where absolutely nobody landed except for the prison part.. Are they smoking something or am i crazy?

    • You’re crazy, every game I went in, Dusty and Moisty were/was a popular POI. You just didn’t land there to enjoy it. I do miss my Original Maze Wailing Woods 🙁

      • You are telling me that Old Dusty, Moisty and now Wailing woods where popular, and i am the crazy one? Every time i landed there was like one guy sometimes maybe two. thats not popular.. The riality is all of them were shity spots with no loot.

        • Bruh, Moisty and Wailing were my favorites, maybe for you I know they weren’t, but at Wailing Woods, you would find between 3 to 6 chests and Moisty, you’d find between 5 to 9 chests. Best loot there apart from other POIs. You didn’t land there consistently enough to see alot of players there honestly lol

        • There are these things called SERVERS. On your server, nobody may land there, but you cant say the same about other servers.

        • I didn’t fuck with dusty or moisty that much but I really liked wailing woods..sometimes it was packed , sometimes it was empty

        • Moisty was not shitty with no loot, the fact that everyone thought that made it even better. That tree w/ the triple chest spawn was so good, plus max wood guaranteed. I won the majority of games when I landed there during S1-3.

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