The third chapter of Fortnite Season 4 has finally arrived. This implies that you may find the typical deluge of new battle pass awards, new weapons, map modifications, exotic weaponry, NPCs, and other content in the game.
Our comprehensive summary of the new season of Fortnite will serve as your go-to resource for all things related to Chapter 3 of Season 4. We’ve got everything you could want to know about the new patch, including how the map changed, how to use the vault keys, and a complete breakdown of the more than a hundred cosmetic items in the battle pass. The following is an overview of all the new content in Fortnite Season 4, Chapter 3.
New Weapons and Loot
A new season would not be complete without a fresh supply of riches. Along with the introduction of Chapter 3 of Season 4 of Fortnite, the game will also include a number of vaultings as well as non-vaultings of other goods, as well as the addition of two new unique weaponry. In addition to this, as of today, the game now features the addition of two additional auxiliary items.
Only three Exotic weapons are available at the beginning of the season for this season’s pool of Mythic and Exotic weapons, including The Dub, the Shadow Tracker, and the Boom Sniper. In addition, there is one Mythic weapon that is a mystery.
The brand-new Port-A-Bunker is an object you can throw and quickly create a one-by-one cubicle for a single player. It is constructed out of strengthened metal and has protective tires, a ramp, plus doors to keep potential adversaries at bay.
A few goods and weapons are now stored away in the Vault for Season 4 of Fortnite. These include several guns of the SMG and Shotgun kinds. Take more notice that Heavy Sniper Rifle is now in the Vault and that the Hunters Bolt-Action Sniper will supersede it shortly.
The new Fortnite battle pass comes with more than one hundred gifts once again, some of which include new load screens, rear bling, pickaxes, emotes, and lobby tracks. Other rewards include a total of eight new playable characters and various outfits for those characters.
In each new season of Fortnite, the game’s map alters in a variety of ways, both large and tiny, for reasons related to the gameplay and the plot.
The entrance of Herald, a floral villain who sits on top of a throne made of Chrome, a mysterious substance changing the island’s chemical makeup, is the primary focus of the narrative thread that runs across this season’s episodes. There are also new structures and other things to visit, in addition to the addition of two additional designated places of interest.
Characters and Vault Keys
There are numerous new NPCs to talk to and make friends with all throughout the island, and, as is customary, each of these new NPCs has its unique services and treasure that you will want to acquire so that you may improve your inventory. At this time, we are still searching for all of the Fortnite characters that are on the island so that we can begin the season.
The new item you’ll need to find this season is a Vault Key, and it will let you enter new closed vaults that have a ton of riches buried inside of them. There is some method to the chaos when it comes to locating them.
On the island, it is now Zero Week, which means that there will be an additional set of weekly challenges to complete before Week 1 officially begins in a few days. Utilize our walkthrough of Fortnite’s Zero Week tasks for Chapter 3 of Season 4 to get a head start on day one and quickly advance your experience level.