It’s the day that Fortnite fans have seemingly been waiting for for an eternity. Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 3 has arrived, submerging most of the map underwater, adding in a new Battle Pass with cosmetics, and tossing in a bunch of new weapons and gameplay features to top things off. One of these new features shown off in the trailer was the ability to drive cars in Fortnite. In this guide, we’ll break down what the deal is with Fortnite car locations and how to drive them.
Fortnite Car Locations
At this moment in time, unfortunately, you won’t be able to find any cars in Fortnite. That’s because as far as we can tell, cars have yet to be added into the game.
As Fortnite tends to get a new update each week on a Tuesday or Wednesday, it’s highly likely that cars will be added into the Battle Royale experience in the near future. Once they are live in Fortnite, we’ll be sure to update this post with a map of all car locations in the game, alongside a comprehensive breakdown of how to drive.
How to Drive a Car
To drive a car, you’ll want to press RT/ R2 to accelerate, the left analog stick to steer, and LT/ L2 to brake.
At this moment in time, we don’t know whether or not the cars will have a boost feature. If they do, this will likely be assigned to the B/ Circle button. We’ll have a full breakdown of the driving controls for cars as soon as they’re available.
That’s everything you need to know about Fortnite car locations and how to drive cars. For more tips, tricks, and guides, head on over to our wiki or have a browse through more of our coverage below.
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