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 many new lands to explore and sights to see. You can also fight in new locations. And there are secrets to be discovered. We will be covering the latest changes to the map and the things you can expect to find while 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. This guide will be updated once we have a higher resolution map. After you have seen the map’s image, make sure to continue reading to find out what the new POIs and Landmarks will be.
Note: Season 6 was released on March 16th. We will be updating this article with any new information. Keep checking back for more information.
The map is undergoing major changes, as you can see. You can see different terrains, places, and environments all over the map, with the centre being the most prominent. Below is a list of all the new locations we have.
These are the new places that will be listed on the map. These will occupy a large area. These will likely be visible on the mini-map.
Frenzy Farm fans who missed it should be happy with this updated (err…older?) version. It is now a newer (err…older?) version. It now has a more primitive atmosphere, with structures made of bones and tattered curtains. Colossal Crops contains some remains of Colossal Coliseum too, which we believe to be a cross-over between timelines as well as between universes.
The Spire is the most prominent change in this Season. It is hard to miss the tower at the center of the map. It appears that the Zero Point is still there, but it has been encased within the stone ball at top of the tower. Box fights are highly likely here because the tower is indestructible. There is also a low risk of all structures being destroyed at once.
Salty Towers was replaced by Boney Burbs. This section was redrawn because Salty Towers didn’t seem to be a popular place 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 might have a similar layout to Salty Towers, but it’s a vast aesthetic improvement over Salty Towers. It just needed a Primal overhaul.
POIs & Landmarks
The Season 6 map now features seven points-of-interest. Six of them, however, are nearly identical. The six mini-spires that are located in a hexagon around the tower’s center tower are what we’re referring to.
All Guardian Towers have the same basic outline. The POI has a short spire at the center, and houses and other structures are scattered around the base. Each tower is protected by a Guardian, so be cautious! Below is a list of all towers, along with a brief description of where you can find them.
- Guardian of the Lake – This spire can found 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 located directly northwest of Pleasant Park. It’s about 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 was our last new POI. It has replaced Hunter’s Haven, and features a pond with a lot more primal environments. The POI also contains dinosaur eggs. Fortnite is expected to become a spawning spot for Raptors soon, as we have confirmed that this will be where they will be arriving in the near future.
Check out our Season 6 leaks while you wait. Full List of Leaked Cosmetics!