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Every Fortnite Season 5 new location and map change

Fortnite Season 5 has brought a ton of changes to the game, including 3 new POIs and the return of a fan favorite.

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Fortnite's Salty Towers in Season 5.

Fortnite Season 5 has arrived, and as with any new season, there have been plenty of map changes. From brand-new locations to the return of some classics, here’s everything you need to know about Fortnite’s upgraded island.

With the battle against Galactus now firmly in the rear-view mirror, it’s time to focus on Season 5, and the battle to save the island. The Zero Point at the heart of the island is unstable, and Jonesy and his team of hunters are desperate to save the reality we all know and love.

The Zero Point has clearly caused some issues after being drawn out of the ground by Galactus, and it appears that it’s started to warp multiple realities together, with some new locations springing up, and some classics returning — just not as we remember them.

You can take a look at the new Fortnite Season 5 map below.

Salty Towers

Tilted Towers is back! Well, not exactly. The last time we saw Tilted Towers, it was being covered in molten lava during Season 8, but thanks to Zero Point, it makes its triumphant return.

It’s not exactly the Tilted Towers you remember though, as it has been through an odd merged with Salty Springs, combing the two to make a new version of both locations, although it still feels familiar once you’re inside it.

Salty Towers in Fortnite Season 5.

Stealthy Stronghold

Pleasant Park has a new neighbour, as a massive walled section forest has appeared directly north of the town.

There doesn’t seem to be too much inside it right now, with just trees and a few small buildings, but we may see some construction there as the season goes on.

Stealthy Stronghold in Fortnite Season 5.

Zero Point

One of the easiest new locations to spot is the new home of the Zero Point, which is floating high in the sky in the middle of the island.

The area around it has been covered in sand, and some strange spikes are sticking out of the ground.

Zero Point floating in the sky in Fortnite Season 5.

Colossal Coliseum

Located just West of the Zero Point is the new Colossal Coliseum. A grand structure designed for combatants to do battle, there’s sure to be plenty of fights taking place here in Season 5.

Fortnite's Colossal Coliseum in Season 5.

More map changes are being discovered all the time, so check back as we continue to update this article.

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How to defeat Riot for Fortnite Season 7 Week 7 Quest

Here’s how you can quickly complete the Fortnite Week 7 Epic Quest to find and defeat the NPC Riot which will grant you some exciting rewards.

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Riot in Fortnite

There are brand-new challenges to complete in Week 7 of Fortnite Season 7, and one of the Epic Quests requires you to defeat the NPC Riot. Here’s how you can find him and get this done.

Week 7 of Fortnite Season 7 has brand-new weekly challenges for you to complete, with a variety of different tasks to perform. These include stoking campfires and constructing Wooden Hatcheries.

One Epic Quest has you search for a Fortnite NPC Riot and then defeat him in battle. This character will put up a fight, so this guide will provide his location along with some tips for defeating him.

Riot in Fortnite

Where to find Riot in Fortnite Season 7

There are various NPCs scattered across Fortnite Island, and each one serves a different purpose, such as selling weapons or protecting the player. Riot will fire at you on sight, so be ready for a battle.

You can find this NPC on the west side of the Yellow Steel Bridge between Misty Meadow and Catty Corner. Make sure you collect some solid weapons and gear before going to battle against Fortnite Riot, as he will be hostile.

We’ve marked this location on the map below.

fortnite riot location

Simply take cover as much as possible by building structures or using your surroundings. Once he stops firing at you, you can take your opportunity to shoot him down. Luckily, he isn’t too difficult to bring down.

We recommend keeping a few shield potions on you just in case since the aim of Fortnite Riot is deadly. Once he’s down, you’ll be able to loot him for gear, and the game will reward you with 30,000 XP, so it is definitely worth it to take the time to find Fortnite Riot and defeat the NPC.

For more Fortnite, check out how to complete all the Ferrari challenges in Fortnite and how to mark an Alien Egg for one of the Season 7, Week 7 quests.

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How to mark an Alien Egg in Fortnite Season 7, Week 7 Quest

Here’s how you can complete the Fortnite Season 7 Week 7 Legendary Quest that requires you to mark an Alien Egg.

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Alien eggs in Fortnite

There are brand-new Quests to complete in Week 7 of Fortnite Season 7, and here’s how you can complete the Legendary challenge that requires you to mark an Alien Egg.

Week 7 of Fortnite Season 7 is here, and there are brand-new weekly challenges for you to complete so that you can earn XP and Battle Stars. These include tasks like stoking campfires and constructing Wooden Hatcheries.

One of this week’s Legendary Quests tasks you with finding and marking an Alien Egg. These aren’t found all over the map, so this guide will help you out by letting you know where to look.

Alien Egg locations in Fortnite Season 7

Alien egg in Fortnite

After the Alien invasion arrived, many changes came to Fortnite Island. Holly Hedges has been changed to Holly Hatchery, and it’s the area that you’ll need to visit for this Legendary Quest.

This location has changed into a farm for Alien Eggs in Season 7, and there’s a low gravity biome in the area. Head over there, and look for little green orbs that are sprouting out of the ground.

You can also check the southwest portion of the purple crater in the center of the map.

Alien Egg locations in Fortnite Season 7

You only need to mark one Alien Egg so make your way to either one of these locations. After you come across one, you can mark it by pinging its location on your map. So use the mouse scroll, or the left D-pad button.

Once that’s done, you’ll earn a total of 30,000 XP. You can also complete the rest of the weekly challenges to earn some extra XP and Battle Stars.

Also, check out how to complete all the Ferrari challenges in Fortnite.

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All NPC locations in Fortnite Season 7

Here are the locations for each of Fortnite Season 7’s NPCs who you can duel, hire, and pay to turn you into a prop.

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Fortnite Season 7 NPC Locations

Fortnite Season 7 features various wacky NPCs you can visit around the island, so here are all of the Fortnite NPC locations for whenever you might need to find these individuals.

Along with the beginning of Fortnite Season 7 came map changes and the introduction of some new NPCs such as Guggimon and Rick and Morty’s Rick Sanchez. By spending Gold Bars, these NPCs can be hired to fight for you, duel you for some great loot, or turn you into a prop.

To complete your collection of every character, you need to find all 19 scattered around the Fortnite map. This can be tricky as Fortnite doesn’t tell you where they’re located, but we have the location of every NPC to help you out.

Here’s every Fortnite Season 7 NPCs and their location on the updated map.

All Fortnite Season 7 NPC locations

Fortnite Season 7 NPC locations

Thanks to the website Fortnite.GG, we’ve got the location of every NPC discovered in Fortnite Season 7 so far. Fortnite.GG has also marked each character to tell you if they’re hireable, can be dueled, or will turn you into a Prop for the right price.

Here are the detailed locations of each Fortnite Season 7 NPC:

  1. Abstract: North-east side of Retail Row
  2. Guggimon: By the lighthouse on the north-west side of the island
  3. Sunny: On the boardwalk in Believer Beach
  4. Bunker Jonesy: On the south coast, south-west of Misty Meadows
  5. Bushranger: North-side of the Zero Point remains at the center of the island
  6. Dreamflower: North-east of Holly Hedges
  7. Joey: West-side of Dirty Docks
  8. Hayseed: Steel Farm to the north-east of Corny Complex
  9. Marigold: South-east side of Lazy Lake
  10. Maven: IO base between Craggy Cliffs and Steamy Stacks
  11. Rick Sanchez: IO Base east of Weeping Woods
  12. Riot: Bridge west of Misty Meadows
  13. Rook: IO Base south-west of Dirty Docks
  14. Special Forces: Bunker door south-east of Lazy Lake
  15. Swamp Stalker: Coast south of Slurpy Swamp
  16. Doctor Slone: Corny Complex
  17. Kymera: Several locations around Coral Castle
  18. Zig and Choppy: South-West corner of the Zero Point remains
  19. Human Bill: North-east bulding of Steamy Stacks

Like the Mending Machines, bear in mind that not every one of these NPCs is guaranteed to spawn in every match of Fortnite, so you may arrive and not find them there. Also, NPCs are known to move around, so we’ll update you if they are found in any more locations.

fortnite rick sanchez

More NPCs are expected to be added over the course of the season, so we’ll update this article with any new character and their location.

As Fortnite Season 7 progresses, you’ll probably be tasked with finding several of these NPCs to complete the weekly challenges on offer. So it’s well worth studying up and learning their locations to give you the edge in completing these.

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