The new map and landmarks for Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 2
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Fortnite fans can rejoice as Chapter 2 Season 1 has finally come to a not-so-graceful end. Season 2 is here after months of anticipation and so far, it looks extremely promising. The Battle Pass has some incredibly nice skins, including Deadpool, and shows off some new innovations for Fortnite. However, one of the biggest questions fans always have with a new season concerns the map. Arguably the biggest part of Fortnite, the map controls how users play each and every match. Since it’s on everyone’s mind, let’s take a look at what Epic Games has thought up for the Season 2 map.

The Fortnite Season 2 map and new landmarks

As with any new Fortnite season, Epic Games has changed up the map quite significantly. We have multiple new landmarks, some of which were known thanks to the teasers preceding the new season. Although, the landmarks are just the start as Epic has altered the map more so than most previous seasons. Here’s a look at the official Season 2 map courtesy of @FortTory.

As you can see, there are quite a few changes, most notably with the new landmarks. While we don’t have an exact number yet, there are at least four to five new points of interest for players to explore. Data-miner FortTory has dug up a few screenshots of the landmarks that are new to Fortnite Chapter 2.

However, if you want to see more of the map in gameplay fashion, you can check out the official Fortnite Season 2 cinematic trailer, courtesy of @HYPEX.

Epic Games has still placed an emphasis on the water for the new map, something that fans enjoyed from Season 1. However, they’ll need to keep altering the map like in Chapter 1 if they want to keep fans engaged for the entire life cycle of Season 2.

Make sure to keep up with Daily Esports for all Fortnite Season 2 coverage.

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.