Fortnite Leak suggests that Tilted Towers could be destroyed again soon- Several Fortnite leakers claim that the Island will be hit by multiple earthquakes, which would result in sinkholes eating buildings in the game. Sinkholes will form at the three structures closest to Tilted Towers on the Chapter 3 map, out of all the buildings on the map. This has spurred speculation in the community that the popular spot may be demolished once more, this time by collapsing through the Island.
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Fortnite Leak suggests that Tilted Towers could be destroyed again soon
In Chapter 3 Season 1, Tilted Towers made a triumphant comeback to Fortnite. The POI eventually stands tall in-game after going through countless revisions, getting destroyed, and being buried by the snow. During a match, it has become a hot-drop site, and every Looper strives to dominate the region. The future of Tilted Towers, however, seems bleak, with the Imagined Order establishing a base on the island and creating several earthquakes.
By the conclusion of the season, Tilted Towers may be destroyed. Craters began to surface in-game shortly after the release of update v19.30. These are being made by IO Drills, according to leakers. Although little drills aren’t very powerful, the larger one in Covert Cavern is capable of destroying entire towns. That’s exactly what FortTory believes will happen.
The earthquakes are a continuation of Season 1’s plot, which saw the Imagined Order bore through the island to reach the Flipside. The island is thought to have been unstable as a result of the drilling, leading to future earthquakes and sinkholes.
It’s presently unknown whether the sinkholes that encircle Tilted Towers are a prank from Epic or if they will lead to the location’s downfall. If there’s one thing we’ve learned from Fortnite over the past four years, it’s that you never know what’s going to happen. It’s also worth mentioning that, while the Volcano has reappeared on the map, it is unlikely to erupt anytime soon. We’ll keep you updated as additional information about Fortnite’s Island’s future becomes available.