What the Fortnite Season 8 Map Looks Like & Everything That’s Changed
One of the main things that changes with each new season of Fortnite is the layout of its map. Well, with Season 8’s arrival, many will be wondering what’s changed this time. This guide will show you what the Fortnite Season 8 map looks like, and everything that’s changed.
Season 7 made some pretty massive changes to Fortnite’s map, introducing the iceberg biome to the southwest corner of the map, and bringing Happy Hamlet, Frosty Flights, and Polar Peak to the table as a result.
What the Map Looks Like
The Fortnite Season 8 map has changed quite drastically from this, too. A new volcano area has appeared on the map, adding two new named locations, which are Sunny Steps and Lazy Lagoon. On top of that, Pirate Cannons can now also be found scattered around the map. We’ve included a screenshot below of what the map now looks like.
Everything That’s Changed on Fortnite Season 8’s Map
As you can see from the screenshots, the north east area of the map has changed drastically. The volcano is large and has lave running around it. Then, Lazy Lagoon runs along the Western side of it. Then, Sunny Steps is on the right hand side of the volcano. It’ll be pretty busy there for the first few days after the update launches.
For comparison’s sake, we’ve also included the map from the previous season, too. You can see that there is significantly more in the north east area of the map than there was before.
That’s everything you need to know on what the Fortnite Season 8 map looks like and what’s changed. For more tips, tricks and guides to give you the head-start this season, be sure to check out our ever-expanding Fortnite Season 8 guide wiki.