When Fortnite launched Chapter 2, it completely changed the shape of its Battle Royale map. Many fans’ favorite places have been removed, including Tilted Towers and Loot Lake. However, some locations on the Fortnite Battle Royale map remained largely untouched when moving to Chapter 2, such as Pleasant Park. However, a recent change to Pleasant Park on the Battle Royale map could indicate that this location could fly off the map next.
At the last winter festivities in Fortnite the Battle Royale card was covered with snow, but now that the snow is gone, some fans have the dust-covered one Pleasant Park noticed. The dust has not appeared in all players and appears to occur by chance. So there are some who believe that it’s just a visual flaw, as opposed to a real developer tease Epic Games,
There are no coincidences in Fortnite
Those, who Fortnite have been playing for a while but will know that Epic Games announces upcoming card changes in the game (somehow), and that is usually intentional. We can’t definitely say what it means at this point in time, but usually things like that will cause a location to be changed in some way or removed from the game.
I noticed this in Myth’s stream earlier, idk if y’all did too .. but Pleasant Park is all dusty after the snow melted .. we don’t know if it’s a visual glitch or we’ll finally say goodbye to Pleasant Park. (thanks to @LuTrex_ for the pic) pic.twitter.com/dA73DdkvTQ
– HYPEX – Fortnite Leaks & News (@HYPEX) January 10, 2020
If Pleasant Park of Fortnite removed, it is likely that this coincides with the beginning of Chapter 2, Season 2. Fortnite Chapter 2, Season 1, has been played for some time, but is expected to be completed in February. It should bring some dramatic changes to the Battle Royale title, like any other season in the past, so fans can expect a lot more changes than just removing that one place.
References to Chapter 2 Season 2?
Another change that could go along with the start of the second season of Fortnite Chapter 2 is the reintroduction of weapons and vehicles with vaults. Alternatively, Epic Games can stick to adding brand new weapons, vehicles and other items to Fortnite when Chapter 2, Season 2 starts next month. The possibilities are really endless, although fans shouldn’t expect a change as drastically as the transition from Chapter 1 to Chapter 2.
With Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 2, which is slated to start in about a month, fans should look for more subtle changes on the Battle Royale map. In the coming weeks, clues about the effects of season 2 should appear in the game.
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