The Fortnite community has always had a bit of a love-hate relationship with the Baller, with it finding itself in and out of the game at various stages with many criticizing for making rotations too easy and thus throwing the game's balance out of wack as others may have worked hard to position themselves well.
In Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 3, released on Sunday (June 5), it has found itself once again on the island but they have changed. Their hit points have been increased and they now consume fuel, the latter limiting how long they can be used.
If you are keen to know all the Baller locations in Fortnite Season 3 and how the new fuel mechanic works, then this guide will reveal all.
Where Are The Ballers In Fortnite Season 3?
Finding Ballers in Fortnite Season 3 isn't all that difficult but to make it even easier we have found a map that lists all the known Baller locations.
The first point to consider is where to land. Currently, Ballers are only present in one point of interest (POI) on the map, that being the newly add Rave Cave. We have circled the area in red on the map below.
Currently, there are six Baller spawns and they are all at the Rave Cave which replaced the Command Cavern from Chapter 3 Season 2. We will now zoom in, so you can see exactly where they are.
The skyline around the Rave Cave is dominated by a huge Cuddle Team Leader (the big giant bear) head, and inside the head, you will be able to find two Ballers.
Fail to nab one of those and you can head south, to a cave located at the base of the mountain. The cave's entrance is painted blue with graffiti sprayed over it.
The next possible location is slightly to the north-west of the Rave Cave. Here, you will find a platform where two Ballers sit. We suggest this location as the least contested, so, if you want to guarantee your Baller make a point of dropping here.
We will continue to update this page with more Baller locations if, and when, they change throughout the season.
Can You Refuel Ballers In Fortnite Season 3?
Ballers were last seen in Fortnite Season X and their return this season has come with some changes.
As well as the increase in hitpoints heading into Season 3 (Ballers now have 400 HP instead of 150 HP), they also now consume fuel aka Battery charge.
However, unlike cars in Fortnite, you can't refuel Ballers and once you use up the Battery charge it's time to go.
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