Fortnite Battle Royale continues to change the map by adding new items in the game. Currently, they are adding new Beacons, and this time it’s under Dusty Depot.
Fortnite Next Beacon is Under Dusty Depot
Fortnite Battle Royale has one of the most dynamic maps in gaming. Honestly, for a game this size, this is unexpected. However, players learned that nearly every week or so the map will have a change in a new location on the map. These locations can come with their own rules. Fortnite Battle Royale Season X created a time loop on the Fortnite island. We have gone back in time for some locations on the game. For example, Season 4 meteor is waiting to strike Dusty Depot still. This was an extremely odd choice. Because when players first understood that going back in time should mean for all the map. But Epic Games decided to keep most of the later developed areas.
But we have seen that Neo Tilted go back in time and become Tilted Town. This was done with the rifts. These rifts or beacons can be found on players that are getting closer to change. They also take several days to change the map. But players can find these beacons and understand that that section of the map will change. Fortnite next beacon is under the Dusty Depot. This means that Dust Depot will go back in time in a few days or it can go into the future. However, this also raises some questions. What about that giant meteor strike? Will we see another Dusty Divot with a crater surrounding it? Also what about the factories that were placed on the map with Season X? Those factories disappeared at the end of Season 4, which is a shame because it was such an important drop zone.
The lore of the game right now is surrounded around the Stranger. This persona disappeared for a couple of seasons. However, as we can see that inside the meteor there is a capsule of his. This may mean that he is behind this map changing beacons and rifts. I guess we will find out at the end of the Fortnite Season X.
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