When The Block came down and destroyed Risky Reels a lot of players were upset.
Reels had become a fan favorite drop spot relatively quickly and most players didn’t want it gone.
Despite the loss of Risky, The Block has been a solid success.
Having an area of the map that changes constantly and that Epic hasn’t had to actually design has been a win for both players and the developer.
Now that all people who have designed an area featured on The Block are being awarded ten 2,000 V-Bucks codes we wanted to go back through the last couple months and compile all the different designs that have hit The Block.
Then, because even loves a ranking list we decided that would be the best order to share them, but every design is still represented in this list.
Of course, this is just my personal preference but I dropped into every Block design at least once and usually more times. I will be focusing mainly on the aesthetics and cool features in the design.
To make sure I didn’t miss any designs I went through Fortnite’s tweets. They tweeted out most but not all of the designs but I believe I filled in each gap. If there are any I missed, please let me know in the comments.
- Looming Llama by Stormhawk on Jan 15th
— Fortnite (@FortniteGame) January 15, 2019
This is my number one design and the one I dropped into the most. I loved the steampunky design elements and the massive llama was unlike anything Fortnite has ever had before. While most other designs were city-like locations, this one was truly unique and takes the top spot as a result.
2. Lunar Street Festival by NiBLL on February 6th.
— Fortnite (@FortniteGame) February 9, 2019
This awesome Lucky Landing style design matched up perfectly with the Lunar New Year leading to a fun drop location.
All in all, this design felt like one of the more complete user creations with various points of interest and an interesting feel to the whole creation.
3. FFA Arena by KojackNumber2 on January 11th
Shake up your daily drop site and check out a community creation. Maneuver through KojackNumber2’s FFA Arena at the Block! pic.twitter.com/aNE9jzqYrx
— Fortnite (@FortniteGame) January 11, 2019
Okay, I’ve focused mostly on design choices through the first two, but FFA Arena is just plain fun. Filled with bouncers and cool areas, jumping around the inside of the arena made for some of the most fun engagements I had throughout Season 7.
4. CoLLAMAsseum by Zartbot on January 30th
— Fortnite (@FortniteGame) January 30, 2019
Another one that reaches its rank for the time it got placed in the game. Leading up to the Super Bowl, Fortnite was in need of a stadium to show off the NFL skins. And even though my Rams didn’t show up in the actual game, it was fun rocking their unis in this stadium as I prepared for the big game.
5. Mysterious Markets (Market Town) by Bludrive on January 2nd.
Drop to The Block and explore the newest community creation!
Open up shop in the Market Town made by Bludrive. pic.twitter.com/Gzl7r9uk13
— Fortnite (@FortniteGame) January 2, 2019
Mysterious Markets got its name from a secret hidden pathway below the city. The pathway could be accessed by breaking stairs in a couple of locations and players could break those stairs, replace them with a build and pick up hilarious kills on people totally unaware.
6. Grimy Greens by Kaancitak on December 19th
Drop to The Block and explore the newest community creation! Get lost in the mysterious Grimy Greens factory made by kaancitak. pic.twitter.com/GFBSohTvSn
— Fortnite (@FortniteGame) December 19, 2018
This was the first location to drop on the block. It had to replace Risky and set people up for the designs to come. They played it pretty safe with the first design but the overgrown factory created a cool ambiance that was fun to explore and set people up for the designs to come.
7. Oily Oaks by MrSlickWillyz on February 16th
— Fortnite (@FortniteGame) February 16, 2019
This oil rig is another interesting design but ultimately doesn’t really stand out among the other options. The name of the creator for this one did pose an issue as it was first on the map as Mrslickwillyz’s block. People quickly pointed out that could be read as “Mrs Lick Willyz” instead of the intended “Mr Slick Willyz” and Epic had to put spaces into the name on the map as a result.
8. Risky Runaways by Ake on December 24th
Another one without a tweet, Risky Runaways was a play on Risky Reels but only really in the name. The design itself is nice but nothing super noteworthy comes out of it.
It’s a cargo airstrip with trucks and planes scattered around. It’s dropped in the rankings because it introduced more plane spawns to the map in a time they were at their most overpowered.
9. Factory Plaza by Coreythedesigner on February 14th
This one flew under the radar a bit as it came with a lot of changes to the game with the v7.40 update. Fortnite didn’t tweet about it from the official account which only happened one other time, coincidentally or maybe not, the two without tweets are the bottom two in the rankings. This one receives this spot not because it didn’t have a tweet but because there is a distinct lack of loot. Even the creator went on Reddit to complain about the loot RNG which unfortunately hurt an otherwise great dropping spot.
10. Omega Pyramid by DirectingPeter on January 21
The final spot on this list is probably the one that is the most debatable. I’ve been told this Omega Pyramid is from Save the World but I never played so didn’t get the reference. In that case, it may deserve to be higher. I have it last because the description for it promised a secret and I spent a good half hour destroying things in search of that secret to come up empty. Maybe I’m selfish haha. It is a fairly cool pyramid with a disco floor in the bottom and multiple levels leading to the top but unremarkable compared to other designs.
None of the designs that have hit The Block have been bad and this is just my personal preference based on experiences. Please let me know your rankings in the comments below, I’m curious what other people have thought of the various designs on The Block.
When Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 2 ends, Season 3 start date
Here is when Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 2 ends and Season 3 starts. The season is off to a heated start, and it’s only going to get more intense.
Fortnite Chapter 3 has just entered its second season, and it’s off to a great start. Here is when Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 2 ends and Season 3 starts.
Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 1 ended without much warning ahead of time from Epic Games. In fact, only a day before the Season ended did we get an announcement for Season 2.
Regardless, Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 2 is off to a hot start. We have new POIs, weapons, and a flashy new Battle Pass. There’s also no building to start and an ongoing turf war.
Whether you love or hate the new season, you might be wondering when the next one will start.
When Does Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 2 End?
Fortnite Season 2 will end on June 3, 2022. This means the second season of the new chapter will last a little less than three months making it fairly short compared to Season 1.
This end date was found in the in-game files by data miners. Unlike last season where Epic Games listed two season end dates, there is only one end date this time around.
When Does Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 2 Start?
New Fortnite seasons usually start within 24 hours after the previous one ends. Players can expect Chapter 3 Season 3 to start on June 4.
That being said, leaker Shiina believes there will be an extended period of downtime after the season ends to prep for Season 3. We will know more about this delay as time draws closer.
Is There a Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 2 Live Event?
The final update for Fortnite Season 2 is here and we now have confirmation that, yes, there will be a live event!
The Season 2 live event will likely focus on stopping the new Doomsday Device from going off at Loot Lake. It is a very similar tower to that of Midas’ Doomsday Device in Chapter 2 Season 2.
What Season is Fortnite on?
Fortnite is currently in Chapter 3 Season 2. This is the second season of the third chapter which started after Chapter 2 Season 8. While most players refer to this season as “Season 2”, it’s technically Season 20.
There were 10 seasons in Chapter 1 and 8 seasons in Chapter 2.
For now, that’s everything we know about Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 2. This chapter will likely span the next year or so and will be filled with exciting events.
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We will keep you updated on when Fortnite Season 3 starts. For more Fortnite, check out the best controller settings for Chapter 3, and stay tuned for more news and guides.
Fortnite Omni Chip locations: how to upgrade Omni Sword in Season 2
Fortnite Season 2 introduces a pickaxes called the Omni Sword that players can customize using Omni Chips. Here’s how to get them!
Epic Games has introduced Omni Chips in Fortnite Season 2 which players can use to customize the new Omni Sword.
With each new Fortnite season, players can look forward to a new form of currency used to unlock different cosmetics. In seasons past, players had to collect feathers, paint cans, and alien artifacts.
Now, Fortnite Season 2 introduces Omni Chips. This seasonal currency can be used by players to unlock customization options for the Omni Sword.
Here’s how to unlock the Omni Sword and where to find Omni Chips in Fortnite Season 2.
Where to find Omni Chips in Fortnite Season 2
In order to start collecting Omni Chips, players first need to unlock the Omni Sword Pickaxe. This is on page one of the Battle Pass and can be purchased for 7 Battle Stars.
Now that players have the sword, it’s time to start collecting Omni Chips. Each week, players will be given a new set of Omni Sword quests that reward them with Omni Chips once completed.
The quests are as simple as visiting specific locations and collecting Omni Chips. The maps below will show where that week’s chips are located starting with week 1.
Week 1 Omni Chip locations
Collect Omni chips at Greasy Grove, Logjam Lumberyard, and Mighty Monument:
Week 2 Omni Chip locations
Collect Omni Chips at Loot Landing, The Temple, and Chonkers Speedway.
Week 3 Omni Chip Locations
Collect Omni Chips at Synapse Station, Sanctuary, and Camp Cuddle.
Week 4 Omni Chip Locations
Collect Omni Chips at The Daily Bugle, Condo Canyon, and Windbreakers.
Week 5 Omni Chip Locations
Collect Omni Chips at Rocky Reels, Launchpad, and Shifty Shafts.
Week 6 Omni Chip locations
Collect Omni Chips at Seven Outpost II, Crispy Crater, and Tumbledown Temple.
Week 7 Omni Chip Locations
Collect Omni Chips at Sleepy Sounds, Command Cavern, and Cuddle Cruisers.
Week 8 Omni Chip Locations
Collect Omni Chips at The Joneses, Shell or High Water, and Coney Crossroads.
It’s important to note that while the challenges are released weekly, they won’t expire until the end of the season. Meaning you can wait until the last minute to collect all of the Omni Chips.
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How to unlock Marvel’s Prowler in Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 2
Fortnite Season 2 introduced Marvel’s Prowler to the Battle Royale, and players can unlock him via the Battle Pass and a few challenges.
Fortnite Season 2 adds not one but two Marvel characters to the game via the Battle Pass, but players might not be familiar with Prowler.
Season 2 started off hot with an amazing battle pass and a shocking removal of the game’s iconic building mechanic. Players were even more excited to see the Battle Pass had two crossover characters.
The first is Doctor Strange who has a new movie releasing in May. However, players may not be super familiar with the second crossover character. And it was surprisingly released alongside the Fortnite v20.20 update.
Prowler is an alias used by a number of people in the Marvel universe. But he most recently appeared in Spider-Man: Into the Spiderverse as Miles Morales’ uncle. And the in-game skin is a similar depiction of the character.
Unlocking Prowler in Fortnite Season 2
As mentioned before, Prowler was locked behind a time gate. Players can unlock him by completing special challenges starting on April 19.
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There are nine cosmetic items in the Prowler set, and the skin comes in two styles. Players can unlock an emote, pickaxe, glider, and more in a little over a month.
His unlock requirements are identical to that of Superman or The Foundation. Once the timer runs out, players can complete Prowler-specific challenges to unlock each piece of the set.
Here are the Fortnite Season 2 Prowler challenges and rewards:
- Headshot opponents with a thermal weapons x 3 – Mark of the Prowler wrap
- Use a spray at The Daily Bugle – Prowler Tag spray
- Collect 300 Bars – On The Prowl loading screen
- Collect three different weapon types of Epic Rarity or higher in a single match – Prowler Banner Icon
- Damage Opponents while crouched or sliding x 500 – Energy Claw Pickaxe
- Mod a Vehicle, then drive it 500 meters in a single match – Prowler’s Grasp Emoticon
- Complete 3 Prowler Quests – Prowler skin
- Complete 7 Prowler Quests – Slash and Smash Emote/Sky Prowler Glider
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