What All Changes Are Being Brought In Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 2 Map?

The second season of Fortnite’s Chapter 4 has begun, and along with it comes a large number of new map updates. The word Mega has been chosen as the theme for the current season, which has resulted in the introduction of a brand-new, futuristic biome called “Mega,” which features brand-new areas of interest such as Mega City and Steamy Springs.

In this guide, we will walk you through the whole of the Season 2 map and highlight the various modes of transportation that may be used to go around with your team.


Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 2 Map Changes

Much of the island’s northern and western biomes will remain the same, while the new Mega biome will be where most of the Season 2 alterations take place. The island’s geography has grown a little to the southeast, and now it’s easy to get from the lush crops of Frenzy Fields to one of the map’s four new major areas of interest.

New Primary POIs

Faulty Splits, a major landmark from Season 1, has been deleted from the map, however four new landmarks have been added to the new biome for Season 2. Overall, this Mega biome seems to make the map larger, which is a pleasant change for those who were unhappy with the slight reduction in size that occurred during the previous season.

Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 2 Changes
Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 2 Changes

The island’s new, massive Cyberpunk city is called Mega City. This primary hub is found to the east of Frenzy Fields. It’s not quite the same as Twilted Towers, but now you have a vibrant new city to wreck, thanks to Mega City.

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The new Steamy Springs landmark may be found to the southeast of Frenzy Fields. In this tranquil Japanese-style landscape, you may get away from the glare of the Mega City and enjoy the stunning cherry blossom trees. You can use the geysers to zip around the world in no time.

The former Steam Springs site of Kenjutsu Crossing has been relocated further to the southeast. The Japanese aesthetics of Steamy Springs are well complemented by the new temples and other furnishings available in this area.

Knotty Nets is a brand new major site of interest that can be found close to the coast of the eastern half of the map. This is a fishing village, so it’s a great place to loot and get a fishing pole.

Rifting POI

Remember to keep your eyes on the skies because the legendary Loot Lake home, this time in its floating island form, returns in Season 2. Because the island will rift onto the map at a random location, you have no way of knowing exactly where it will appear.

There are ziplines that will assist you in getting to this place, and once you get there, you will find a lot of treasure to scavenge. You can see the official tweet by Fortnite Status below which contains the new map.

Innovative Means Of Travelling Across The Map

According to official Fortnite blog, this season’s theme is a whole new take on the Cyberpunk style, so it should come as no surprise that there are some interesting new methods to navigate the map.

Rogue bike

If you want to see what the updated island has to offer, you should stop by and pick up some wheels. The brand-new Victory Crown Rogue, often known as the “Rogue Bike,” is a two-seater, futuristic street bike that was recently released. This vehicle has excellent acceleration, precise turning, and an available boost that can assist you reach to your destination even more quickly. You can also see the official tweet by IGN below which contains the launch trailer.

Nitro Drifter

The Nitro Drifter is a new four-seater vehicle that will be available in Season 2 for those of you who play in squads and wish to race across the map with your friends. This not only provides space for everyone, but it also allows the driver to engage in some fun drifting activity by utilising the handbrake.

Grind rails

Grinding is a new movement mechanic that can be found in Mega City. This movement mechanic allows you to hop on rails around the city and grind them, and the feel of this movement mechanic is quite similar to the movement mechanics that can be found in Sunset Overdrive.

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