Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 3 was released on Sunday (June 5) and it brought a raft of changes to Epic Games' battle royale. The island has seen a sprouting of the Reality Tree and a weird fauna, as well as the return of Ballers, three new weapons with many more vaulted.
As well as changes to the Rift locations, Ziplines have also been modified, and learning where they are, and where they go, will help you earn those Victory Royales.
So, if your favorite Zipline has gone missing, don't worry, as this guide will show you exactly where each Zipline is in Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 3.
All Zipline Locations In Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 3
There have been changes to Zipline locations at the outset of Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 3 with the area seeing the biggest changes being where the Reality Tree has sprung up.
Along with the bouncy mushrooms that have sprouted across the area, there is also a number of new Ziplines which should make getting a round easy.
Conney Crossroads has also gained Ziplines that will help people cross the river with those that previously ran down to Tilted Towers have gone.
Elsewhere, with the Command Cavern being replaced by the Rave Cave, the area has also been cleared of any Ziplines which makes sense considering there are six potential baller spawns here.
Windmills / Turbines / Power Pylons (In the south of Greasy Grove)
Leafy Reef and Fungi Farm (Around Greasy Grove)
Gone are the mass of Ziplines that ran from the Windmills to Greasy Grove and instead there are just one or two dotted around the town.
North of Groovy Grove is Peril Pass, a steep drop is here but thankfully a Zipline can see you over to the very edge of the Reality Falls.
One of the longest Ziplines on the map is the one that goes from Shroom Chalet to Seven Outpost V. The perfect way to clear up two minor POIs in the early game.
The Daily Bugle
The Daily Bugle is one of the key locations on the Chapter 3 map. The place consists of a small town located in the middle of a huge crater. There are two zip lines in the town, distributed in such a way that you can slide to the opposite side of the crater each time. Two more zip lines are located east of the Daily Bugle. One that takes you from the temple towards the III Outpost of the Seven and one that connects the island to the mainland with the Club Cuddle Boat.
Fishers's Paradise is one of the smallest islands on the Chapter 3 map. It is located in the northwest near the Rave Cave. There is also a zip line that connects the island to the mainland.
II Outpost of the Seven / Choppin' Chateau
The II Outpost of the Seven is located to the northwest of Logjam Lumberyard. There are also some Rifts here that you can use to get to another location, but if you want to visit the Choppin' Chateau to the north, a zip line leads directly there.
To the east and west are two different zip lines that each take you up the mountain cave entrance to the north.
Sleepy Sound is the two-part location, at the very north of the map. One zip line is located at Lofty Lighthouse and takes you across the water. There are also two zip lines in the northwest of the town, connecting the mainland to a small island.
At The Joneses, there are two zip lines that you can use to quickly zip through the entire town.
Stable Stone Stack / Bob's Bungalow (North in Chonker's Speedway)
In the north of Chonker's Speedway, there is a very hilly area with rocks that you can only reach by using a zip line if you don't want to waste your mats and build there. There are six of these in total, spread across the Stable Stone Stack and Bob's Bungalow.
Yeah, that's a weird name for a place, and you probably got no idea where it is. "The Devoured" is located east of Tilted Towers. In that area, there is one zipline that heads north.
Ridgeline Ranger Station
Around the Ridgeline Ranger Station, which is north of Tilted Towers, is five Ziplines that can help you reach the different minor POIs around the station.
Use these to quickly loot up this area if you happen to land here.
How To Use A Zipline In Fortnite?
Using a Zipline is actually pretty easy. All you have to do is stand near it and interact with it, and you'll slide to the other side.
You can always use a Zipline in two directions. Additionally, you can let go of it at any time without taking fall damage. You can also jump while using it, for example, to avoid enemy shots.
And that's it. Now you know where all the Ziplines are in Fortnite and how to use them.
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