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Fortnite Map: All the big changes for Season 10

We're used to the Fortnite map changing from time to time, and with each passing season there are alterations made to help keep the game feeling fresh. However, as we progress through Fortnite Season 10 it's surprising just how many big changes are being made, with the map being reworked on an almost weekly basis. The initial Fortnite map changes saw the return of Dusty Depot and a total rework of Tilted Towers, and since then we've seen Retail Row and Greasy Grove also make a comeback, as well as Paradise Palms merging with the old Moisty Mire to form Moisty Palms.

Take a look below for all of the biggest changes that have happened to the Fortnite map for Season 10 so far.

Fortnite map for Season 10

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It might not look like it from above, but there's an increasing number of big changes hidden away in Season 10's Fortnite map.

Tilted Town

Fortnite map - Tilted Town

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One week in to the new season, and thanks to one of the Fortnite Rift Zones appearing on the map, Neo Tilted is no longer. It's been replaced by Tilted Town, an old western style village which prevents you from breaking or building anything, and there's only a selection of cowboy themed weapons available like the Six Shooter and Hunting Rifle. 

Dusty Depot

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You may remember Dusty Depot from way back in Season 3. At the turn of the season it was destroyed by a huge meteor that struck the map, leaving a gigantic hole behind it, which became known as Dusty Divot. It was initially filled with space rocks that you could consume to make yourself bounce around the map, and eventually a laboratory was set up there to study them. 

But now they're back, thanks to the new Rift Zones that seem to allow time travel for specific locales.

Factories

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The same goes for another fan-favourite location: the Factories. They originally sat near the Dusty Depot, and now thanks to the Fortnite map change, they're back again next to their old friend. 

The Meteor

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And surely the reminiscing about the events of season 3 wouldn't be complete without the meteor lurking dangerously close to Dusty Depot and the factories? Well, I've got good news, it's back too! Dangling in the air for all to see, with fragments of portal lingering at the end of the smoke, just to remind you this could all disappear again at some point during the season. 

The Orb

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The cause of all this time-travelling madness is also still making a scene on the Fortnite map for season 10, with the Orb still at the centre of Loot Lake. It now has a number of objects floating around the glowing core after the explosion, and I would bet this isn't the last of its impact on the map. 

Doggus Skeleton

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The skeleton of Doggus that remains as a lasting reminder of its fight with Cattus is still prominent on the Fortnite map too, but it's evolved somewhat. Tree have sprung around the bones, sprinkling red leaves all over the ground in an interesting pattern. Could this be a sign of things to come?

Retail Row

Fortnite Rift Zone Retail Row

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Another area affected by a Rift Zone, the futuristic Mega Mall has been replaced by the familiar Retail Row from seasons past. However, it has also been infested by the Horde, so you'll need to fight against the Fiends that spawn if you enter this location.

Indoor Soccer Stadium

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To the west of Tilted, there used to be a large indoor soccer stadium, along with an abandoned swimming pool and one of the Fortnite gas stations, where now there is... nothing, except a few pieces of broken equipment and some pipes. On the plus side, this location is now where Fortnite glitched foraged items are spawning, should you need to track them down.

Greasy Grove

Fortnite Rift Zones map

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It stands out pretty starkly within the snow biome, as Greasy Grove has been warped back onto the map to replace the frozen lake. However, the Durrr Burgers have now been replaced by Tacos – which fall from the sky at random intervals and cause everyone to dance!

Moisty Palms

Fortnite Moisty Palms Prop Toilet

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After being arid for a number of seasons, water has now returned to the desert biome and partially reverted Paradise Palms to its previous state of Moisty Mire, creating the new Moisty Palms location. This area introduces a prop hunt mechanic, where crouching will turn your character into a random object for all sorts of hide and seek shenanigans.

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