In July 18 Fortnite map changes update: Craggy Cliffs, Pleasant Park
The most recent change to the ever-advancing Fortnite island in Season 3 is currently live, with the water levels dropping indeed and reestablishing POIs.
At the start of the new year, just a handul of locations remained accessible sea level, but as the months have gone Epic have emptied the water levels to bring back fan-favorites.
In the July 18 upgrade, Craggy Cliffs and Pleasant Park have made their glorious return, since the water levels continue to decrease.
Fortnite YouTuber Kanga was one of the very first to unveil the modifications in his movie.
You can see Craggy Cliffs in the north of this island returned to its former glory, and Pleasant Park was revamped, removing the crash pads as well together with the water.
And, though not completely discovered nevertheless, Dirty Docks and Holly Hedges seem closest to making their appropriate return out of their waterlogged country next.
As anticipated, the season continues to move towards a totally water-free map (except regions where it ought to be such as lakes and pools ), together with the process likely finishing up in time for the next year.
However, before even that, there should be enough dry soil for floor vehicles to be used again at some point. Leakers have found that vehicles should be coming from the game on or around July 21.