Fortnite: All Reboot Van Locations In Season 8

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Fortnite: All Reboot Van Locations In Season 8

ESTNN provides all Reboot Van locations in Fortnite Season 8.

The Fortnite Battle Royale fan base is more than 24 hours in Chapter 2 – Season 8: Cubed. An invasion of purple Cubes occurred during the Operation: Sky Fire event, and the map has changed as a result. There are some new areas to explore—most of which have their own Reboot Van to utilize in reviving teammates.

The influx of Reboot Vans immediately stood out as players dropped into the Season 8 island. Today, ESTNN provides a map of all the Reboot Vans this season, so you can bring your teammates back from the afterlife and earn that Victory Royale.

Reboot Van Locations

The Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 8 map highlighting the locations of Reboot Vans.

It’s a Reboot Van takeover in Chapter 2 – Season 8. Nearly every square inch of the latest map has one within sight. Thanks to Fortnite.GG, we have a map that pinpoints all of the Reboot Vans. Last season, only the primary points of interest (POIs) such as Misty Meadows, Lazy Lake and Dirty Docks contained Reboot Vans. However, that is no longer the case.

This change could theoretically lead to more lengthy public and Arena matches since there are many more options to revive your teammates. Even underrated drop spots such as Camp Cod and Fort Crumpet have Reboot Vans.

It’s also worth noting that Reboot Cards now expire after five minutes instead of one minute in previous seasons. Additionally, players no longer have to hold a key to pick up the card and walk over them instead. These are significant adjustments to a mechanic that has been in Fortnite since Chapter 1 – Season 8. It’s refreshing to see Epic continue to change core aspects many years later.

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Be sure to memorize the Reboot Van locations for future reference, as you and your team might need them at some point in Chapter 2 – Season 8!

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Matt is a graduate of Southern New Hampshire University. He appreciates all esports titles but primarily focuses on Fortnite and Call of Duty. Matt continuously analyzes gameplay and plays the games himself to better understand in-game decisions by the best players in the world.