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Fortnite map: Every new location in season 6

Want to see the new sights of the Fortnite Season 6 map? Epic Games' battle royale island has been turned into one big "primal" hunting ground, with the big Fortnite Season 6 update wolves, chickens, and a more rustic feel to lots of buildings and weapons. That means the Fortnite Season 6 map is also sporting a brand new look.

Fortnite has almost always been known for big, expansive maps with well-designed biomes that keep things fresh in between all the shooting and looting. New POIs will be easily visible and popular locations for lots of players to drop into at once, while certain unnamed locations will inevitably become popular alternatives.

So whether you're looking to do a virtual tour, or just looking for the POI with the most loot chests, check out our guide to the Fortnite Season 6 map.

Fortnite Season 6 map: All the new locations

Here's all the new locations that have debuted during Season 6, and possibly replaced older locations. Nothing like a makeover, right?

Isla Nublar

You'll find Orelia, the female Oros, on this tiny little island immediately south of the toilet factory. It's pretty much just a simple stone structure, and Orelia will be hanging out usually on the ground level.

The Spire

This new location serves as Season 6's giant focal point, much like the Zero Point or Agency before it. This is the spot where the single-player mission that kicked off Season 6 ended, with the Foundation character (the meaner helmet-faced guy, not the skinnier Visitor or bulkier Scientistwe think) encasing himself in timey-wimey magic and vowing to return to finish his deal with Jonesy.

The Spire is another massive tower, the top of which houses a modest loot chest and a zipline for quick getaways. Speaking of ziplines, the small town below (which has a distinctly old west, yet alien look to it) the central spire is absolutely littered with them. Epic is clearly encouraging players to get in and get out as fast as possible, since this will likely be a popular location to drop.

Boney Burbs

Just a stone's throw west of the Spire, Boney Burbs is basically serving as a replacement for the Tilted Towers-like location here last season. As you can probably guess, it gets its name from the dino bones holding up all the structures, with some tasteful triceratops skulls adorning a few roofs. Each building here is pretty sizeable, which will hopefully help keep other players from crowding you during the initial drop. If things get hairy, there's always the gas station on the edge of town for a quick retreat.

Colossal Crops

So long, Coliseum. Hello once again to another big ol' farm. I'll definitely be hiding in the corn when outgunned.

Funnily enough, a bit of the Coliseum has survived, and has been adorned with bits of dinosaur bones. The central 'farmhouse' and the southern gate look like they'll be obvious targets to hit given their larger size. Don't forget to check out the absolutely killer Tri-Caesar-tops statue outside the farmhouse.

Guardian Towers

There's six of these bad boys, which you can think of as miniature versions of the Spire. Dubbed "The Guardian of the Sea/Land" depending on their location, you'll usually find a few small houses nearby with Primal loot (which you can use for crafting). My favorite part of the Guardian towers is their launchpad at the top, which lets you pull out your glider again.

You can find the Guardian towers at Lazy Lake, Weeping Woods, north of Retail Row, northeast of Colossal Crops, east of Stealthy Stronghold, and east of Sweaty Sands.

Returning locations

Of course, it'd be wildly unrealistic to expect the entire Fortnite map to change completely every season, even in a Covid-free world. So there's plenty of returning locations.

Stealthy Stronghold, Sweaty Sands, Slurpy Swamp, Lazy Lake, Retail Row, Steamy Stacks, Coral Castle, Craggy Cliffs, Misty Meadows, Dirty Docks, Catty Corner, and more are all back as you recognize them.

Best drop spots

By now, you've probably got your own opinions about returning locations and their usefulness. As for the new locations, it seems like the Spire is an obvious choice for the best place to drop into the fray. Its sizeable area contains a fair number of loot chests, plus the metric ton of ziplines will mean that even if you whiff the first minute of combat, you can get the heck out with style.

Your second choice should be Boney Burbs. Similarly, its sizeable and contains a multitude of chests, and is close enough to the Spire that a retreat to either is very much feasible.

The Guardian Towers are also strong choices for mid-game play. They're small enough they shouldn't garner too much attention right out of the gate, and their launch pads at the top will allow you to retreat by glider.

Need more Fortnite Season 6 guides and news? Check out our Fortnite hub for walkthroughs and updates on all the latest.



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A new map for Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 6 has dropped, and we've been provided a lot of changes to the Fortnite island! There are new lands to explore, sights to see, locations to fight, and secrets to uncover. In this guide, we will cover the new changes made to the map and what to expect to find on your travels.

Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 6 Map

At the moment, we only have the map provided for the Fortnite HUD, which is unfortunately low resolution. Once we have a map with better resolution, we'll be sure to update this guide. Once you've checked out the map's image below, be sure to keep reading to see what the new POIs, Landmarks, and Locations are when they're uncovered!

Note: Since Season 6 was just released on March 16, we will have to update this article as new information arises. Please check back frequently for all the new information!

The Full Fortnite C2S6 map.

As you can see, the map is going through a major change. Different terrain, locations, and environments are spread across the entire map, primarily the center. Listed below are all the new locations that we have coming.

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Named Locations

These are all the new locations that will be named on the map. Expect these to take up a significant area. They'll likely be visible from the mini-map itself.

Colossal Crops

Fortnite POI Colossal Crops.

Those of us that missed Frenzy Farm should be pleased with this newer (errolder?) version of it. It has taken a more primal atmosphere with structures made out of bones and tattered drapes. Colossal Crops has some remnants of Colossal Coliseum as well, which we fully believe indicates not only a cross between timelines but a cross between universes.

The Spire

Fortnite POI the Spire.

The Spire is undoubtedly the most noticeable change this Season. Not many people can be oblivious to the large, indestructible tower in the center of the map. It seems the Zero Point is still here, but encased inside the stone ball at the top of the tower. The fact that the tower is indestructible also means box fights are a high probability here since there is a limited risk of structures being destroyed all at once.

Boney Burbs

Fortnite POI Boney Burbs.

Boney Burbs has replaced Salty Towers. We're quite honestly not surprised that they redid this section of the map since Salty Towers was not that popular of an area among players. Feel free to disagree with us here, but Salty Towers was a ghost town and a ghost town if you catch our drift. Boney Burbs may have a similar structure layout, but it is a massive aesthetic improvement from Salty Towers. Who knew it just needed a Primal makeover?

POIs & Landmarks

There are seven new points-of-interest on the Season 6 map. However, six of them are mostly identical to each other. We are, of course, talking about the six mini-spires placed in a hexagon shape around the center tower.

Guardian Towers

AllGuardian Towers in Fortnite season 6.

All the Guardian Towers follow the same general outline. There is a short spire in the center of the POI, with houses and structures littered around the base. There is also a Guardian protecting each one, so be careful! All the towers are listed below along with a short description of where to find them.

  • Guardian of the Lake: This spire is located on Apollo Island, north of Misty Meadows.
  • Guardian of the Woods: This spire is in Weeping Woods, directly north of Slurpy Swamp.
  • Guardian of the Bay: This spire is directly East of the beach at Sweaty Sands.
  • Guardian of the Sea: This spire is directly Northwest of Pleasant Park, almost halfway between Pleasant Park and Craggy Cliffs.
  • Guardian of the Fields: This spire is almost exactly halfway between Colossal Crops and Steamy Stacks.
  • Guardian of the Mountain: This spire is on the mountain directly North of Retail Row's western side.

Primal Pond

Fortnite POI Primal Pond.

Primal Pond is our last new POI. You'll find it has replaced Hunter's Haven with a pond and a lot of primal environment. One peculiar thing about this POI, though, is that there are dinosaur eggs here. Now that Raptors are confirmed to be coming to Fortnite in the near future, we're expecting this to be one of their spawn locations.


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Fortnite new map changes and additions for Season 7 explained

Fortnite's map has been updated with a number of new locations and changes with the arrival of Season 7 and new Season 7 Battle Pass skins.

This map reflects the theme of the season - Invasion - which sees aliens pay a visit, and is reflected in many of the new locations - including Believer Beach and Corny Complex.

As with previous Chapter 2 seasons, you have to visit all of these locations in person before they reveal themselves on the map. But if you want to know exactly where you're going, this map page will come in handy.

On this page:

Fortnite new map image and changes at a glance

Fortnite's Season 7 map is largely familiar to previous seasons, with some new named locations adopting the alien theme, and once again, a change to the central point of the map.

The new Season 7 map looks like this:


Within it are named locations, many of which only appear when you visit for the first time:

  • Corny Complex (previously Colossal Crops)
  • Believer Beach (previously Sweaty Sands)

There are, of course, other changes - including some new landmarks which aren't named on the map, such as The Aftermath in the very centre of the map, which was previously The Spire:


Recently added to the game is the Refer a friend program and the Cube Queen skin. Recent quests include Touch a Cube, Spirit VesselCaretaker's footprints, Command Signal, scroll locations, mini-pufts, seismographs, Ghostbusters signs and deploying a ghost trap for the Containment Specialist. Elsewhere in Season 8, you can start using Sideways weapons, partake in Sideways encounters, and find colour bottles for Tonna Fish.

Fortnite new map comparisons

For some comparisons, here's how it looked at the start of the previous season:


For some comparisons, here's how it looked at the start of Season 5:


Here's how the map looks before and after you've uncovered the new locations at the beginning of the Season 4:


And the start of Season 3, which saw the map flooded:


The new Season 7 locations will no doubt all feature in Challenges as part of the Fortnite Season 7 Battle Pass over time - so best get used to them and their new inhabitants!


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Every Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 6 Map Change

By Frankie P. Dauphin Jr


Season 6 of Fortnite Chapter 2 is in full swing and the battle royale has definitely seen a few map changes, so here are all of them.

Season 6 of Fortnite Chapter 2 has arrived, and players have no doubt noticed the large host of additions to the game, which includes new skins, a convenient crafting system, and as demanded by a majority of the fanbase, major map changes. The changes come as a part of the new seasonal theme, survival, and along with the weapons, the map focuses on the "Primal" direction that Epic Games is headed in with the battle royale. As players have noticed by now, a couple of locations are seeing a major difference in the aftermath of the Zero Point finale.

While there aren't too many structural changes from last season's map, players can utilize this guide to get a head start on good locations to defend from enemy players while hunting for Golden Artifacts or finding materials and loot to craft items.

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First, upon looking at the map, players will immediately notice the orange patch of trees that have spread from the center outwards, replacing the desert area from before. Aside from that, the two major changes to the map are the addition of The Spire in the middle, and Colossal Crops replacing Colossal Coliseum.

The Spire

The first of the two Fortnite Season 6 changes is the addition of The Spire, which replaces the Zero Point from last season. As the name implies, this location houses a huge, spiraling tower for players to climb. Around the tower are a handful of buildings for players to loot from, although it's probably a good idea to keep a look out for any players already sitting at the top of the spire.

Colossal Crops

The second major location change for Season 6 is the replacement of Colossal Coliseum with Colossal Crops. Colossal Coliseum is completely destroyed save for a few walls that give players a good vantage point, and replaced with what appears to be a small farming village. As expected, the buildings in the village are filled with loot, though the open space may make any players an easy target for others.

Of course, with Season 6 just now starting, more changes to the map will be discovered as players venture out into the battle royale. For now, players may want to use this guide to help get their hands on a Hunter's Cloak, which grants players a significant amount of XP towards their new battle pass, as well as some progress towards this week's Legendary Quest.

Fortnite is currently available for PC, PS4, PS5, Switch, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.

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Fortnite Season 6 Map: What the New Fortnite Map Looks Like

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Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 6 kicks off today (March 16) and introduces players to a whole new Battle Pass. So what exactly does the Fortnite Season 6 map look like? Here’s everything you need to know.

In this season, players will be able to grind out a number of special challenges in order to unlock the elusive caped crusader, Batman, as a skin to use in-game. Alongside the Dark Knight, players can also use new weapons and eliminate enemies in new named locations.

These map changes are often one of the most interesting and most anticipated changes that comes to Fortnite each season. Given this is (bar a few minor changes throughout the season) the map players will now be dropping into on Fortnite for the next weeks, players will be hoping for plenty of interesting new things to see and do on the island.

Fortnite Season 6 Map Explained

You can see a screenshot of what the Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 6 map looks like below:

fortnite chapter 2 season 6 map

But what’s exactly new? While there are some minor tweaks and new additions here and there across the map, the main attractions are the new named locations on Fortnite’s map. These have replaced existing named locations, more often than not, less popular spots. We’ve listed each of the new named locations that can be found on the map below.

  • Colossal Crops
  • Boney Burbs
  • The Spire
  • Primal Pond

In comparison, you can check out what the Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 5 map looked like before these changes below.

That’s everything you need to know on what the new Fortnite Season 6 map looks like. For more tips, tricks and guides, head over to our new Fortnite Season 6 wiki, search for Twinfinite, or check out more of our coverage on the game below.


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Step 1

Launch Fortnite

Once in the Fortnite Lobby, head to the Discovery game selection screen.

Launch Fortnite

Step 2

Enter Code

Navigate to the Island Code tab and enter the copied Island Code:

Code has been copied to clipboard
Enter Code

Step 3

Press Play

If your Island Code is valid, then we will display the Island. Press Play to confirm the map, once you are back in the lobby, press play to load the Island.

Press Play


Load Islands In-Game

Alternatively, you can walk up to any featured island in the Welcome Hub and enter the code there. After a brief load time, the game you’re looking for should display.

Load Islands In-Game

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