Fortnite Chrome Splash

How to Get Chrome Splash in Fortnite

Take advantage of the new Chrome Splash item in Fortnite battle royale.

Fortnite battle royale continues to evolve with the release of the Chapter 3 Season 4 update, which brought a brand new element to the game called Chrome Splash. As we saw in the latest season’s trailer, a mysterious Chrome element has occupied The Seven and Fortnite Island. However, players can strategically use the new Chrome Splash item to outperform their opponents. This guide will show you where to find Chrome Splash in Fortnite and how this new mechanism works.

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Fortnite Chrome Splash Locations

Like many other Fortnite items, the Chrome Splash has no fixed spawn location. Instead, players can find this throwable item on the ground, in chests, and supply drops. Apart from this, players may also find Chrome Splash inside Chrome chests.

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As a result, one can drop at any POI to come across the new Chrome Splash item in Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 4. Once you find Chrome Splash, stand close to it and press the interaction button (E) to pick it up.

How to Use Chrome Splash in Fortnite

Chrome Splash is a new throwable item that allows you to pass through walls, sprint for a short distance, and provide you immunity to falls and other damage.

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After using Chrome Splash, you will turn into a chromium blob that protects you from enemies. Apart from this, you’ll move faster, be immune to fall damage, and gain the ability to air dash.

Take advantage of the new Chrome Splash item in Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 4.
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Finally, the phase through walls ability enables you to pass through any wall, whether it’s made of wood, stone, brick, or metal. Once you pass through the wall, it will turn that piece into Chrome so that you can easily ambush enemies hiding inside the buildings and rooms.

So, there you have it. That’s everything you need to know about finding Chrome Splash in Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 4. Before leaving, make sure to check our other Fortnite-related content like Fortnite ‘Waiting in Queue’: What the Error Means & How to Fix ItStart and End Dates for All Fortnite Seasons, and more. And as always, feel free to peruse the relevant links below.

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