Fortnite is crawling its way back to a normal map as the water level drops down, lessening the flood. As you know for a season ending event, Fortnite introduced flooding back on June 15 and the map has been havoc since then. The July 30 update is bringing normalcy back to the map. Sweaty Sands is seen back on the map this week. Only one more update to getting the map back on its original track.
The seas are retreating as seen from the cozy skies as players loved drop spots are making their return. The island will soon return to its non-flooded state with every road, sand shore and green land popping up on the map again. This map update followed by another next week will drain the waters but not completely. The map changes are live on the servers now.
Fortnite Cape Cod Flood recedes, Sweaty Sands back on the Map
All the looting spots that you loved on Sweaty Sands are now back on the map after today’s update. Although the place might have a distinct “been in the water too long” look, it is practically the same place. On the map the place looks exactly how it did in season 2 of Fortnite but you can expect the loot chests to have moved and re-learning them would be important.
A cool Gif by iFireMonkey on twitter shows the state of Camp Cod going back to its usual state. Though it will take 1 more level of water drainage to be completely normal, it is progress nonetheless.
Atlantis coming on August 1
Prominent Fortnite dataminers have revealed the next update set on August 1 would reveal the new Atlantis POI. The Aquaman’s home will be available on Saturday. The layout was also leaked earlier last week by FortTory Twitter.
Keep your eyes fixed on the upcoming updates and on this post as well.