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Epic Games to destroy part of Fortnite island in Chapter 4 Season 3

Updated: Jun 6, 2023 3:55 pm
Epic Games to destroy part of Fortnite island in Chapter 4 Season 3

There have been many leaks for Chapter 4 Season 3 of Fortnite, but it looks like this new teaser trailer has revealed what the new season will be about. Even more importantly, this new trailer shows an entire POI getting destroyed. 

The Fortnite island is changing, and this time we get to see it happen.

Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 3 teasers show the destruction of MEGA City

The MEGA City in Fortnite has been destroyed, and a new jungle-like area will take over in Chapter 4 Season 3.

Normally, whenever there is a big change in the Fortnite island, we just see the new map and have no real indication of what happened. Sometimes we do get some information, like with Dusty Divot.

Dusty Divot was Dusty Depot, before a meteor hit it. We’re seeing the jungle do its damage to the MEGA City. The trailer below shows everything changing and the devastation spreading.

We knew that something similar was going to happen, based on leaks that came before.

The official Fortnite Twitter page posted a short teaser with the word WILDS where a dense jungle can be seen in the text. Twitter user FitzyLeakz made a tweet speculating that the area shown in the teaser could be the Anvil Square location on the season 3 map. FitzyLeakz also posted an image that reveals more of the jungle setting.

These leaks were very close to the truth.

Moving away from the summer aesthetics of the previous chapters, the leaks show a wilder side to the Fortnite maps than seen before. In the past, Fortnite has favored more urban and science fiction-inspired locations, but the chapter 4 season 3 teasers see the game moving into new territory and fans couldn’t be more excited.

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