Fortnite leaker gives us early look at rumored Aquaman / Atlantis POI
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Fortnite fans seem to be enjoying the various map changes Epic Games made in Chapter 2 – Season 3. The new water areas are fun and exciting to navigate through whether you’re on a boat or riding a shark. Of course, it would be naive for us to think the map will stay this way for the duration of Season 3. We already know the water on the map will recede back into the ocean as the season goes on. This process will make way for new POIs to pop up, and it could include an Atlantis location for Aquaman.

Atlantis coming soon to Fortnite?

For the past two seasons, Epic Games has included a superhero skin in Fortnite‘s Battle Pass. In Chapter 2 – Season 2 we had Deadpool and all of his hilarious hijinx. In Season 3, there’s Aquaman and his human form, Arthur Curry.

Of course, no one has unlocked either of these skins due to Aquaman’s challenges only unlocking once per week. There are five challenges in total, so we still have a few weeks left before the skins become available.

However, when Aquaman does make himself available in Fortnite, we could see more than just his skins arrive. If you played last season, you know that Deadpool had his own Yacht Party during Week 8. Incidentally, this was around one week after Deadpool’s skin was released in Fortnite.

There have been numerous leaks that Aquaman will receive the same treatment in Season 3. Rumor has it that an Atlantis POI will be coming to Fortnite since it’s where Aquaman originates from. While there’s no concrete proof, we do have a leak that shows us where the POI will potentially be located.

This location is present thanks to the leaker removing the water that currently resides there. As previously stated, the water will recede as the season progresses. Currently, in the files, this big desert in the video is what’s underneath this location’s mass of water. So, it’s plausible to think that Epic Games will eventually put Atlantis around this POI once the water recedes.

As the weeks go on, we should see more information make its way to the Fortnite files. We’ll keep you updated with any developments here at Daily Esports.

Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 7+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.