New places, weapons, and gameplay features have been added to the isle in Fortnite: Chapter 4 Season 1, but players may also notice another change that is based on a feature that is common in other battle royale games.
These are Hot Zones, the best places to quickly and easily amass a large number of riches. However, there are relatively few of these scattered over the world to prevent any one player from becoming too powerful. The following is a guide on how to find Hot Spots in Fortnite.
Where in Fortnite can you find the Hot Spots?
It’s important for players looking for Hot Spots to keep an eye on the minimap as the battle bus flies in at the beginning of a game. This is due to the fact that their locations are denoted by POIs that have gold text, and it is not assured that they will remain in the same area during each encounter.
It is not necessary for players to visit listed sites in advance to decide if they are Hot Spots because question marks will also be highlighted, as demonstrated in the following paragraphs. However, there will only be two Hot Spots available in each match, so you can anticipate that they will be crowded with competitors.
The fact that flying drones are only permitted to take off and land in Hot Spots is the primary characteristic that sets them apart from other locations on the map. Each Hot Spot is guarded by a swarm of drones, and by destroying them, players can get access to rare weaponry, medical supplies, and protective gear.
It is important to double-check whether or not the Hot Spot’s Capture Point has been taken control of if all of the location’s drones have been killed. Banner-bearers at Capture Points gain at least two weapons and see-through walls to all chests in the area, making them a potentially lucrative loot source in their own right.
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