Fortnite: Where To Find Destroyed Dish In Season 8

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Fortnite: Where To Find Destroyed Dish In Season 8

Find out everything you need to know about Destroyed Dish in Fortnite.

Fortnite’s latest map update in Chapter 2 – Season 8 unveiled some new locations that have stood the test of time and offer countless perks. One of those landmarks is Destroyed Dish, which sits on the map’s eastern hemisphere. Most public match warriors opt to land at primary points of interest (POIs), such as Lazy Lake or Misty Meadows. However, Destroyed Dish is a location worth exploring.

Today, ESTNN shows you precisely where you can find this robust landmark and outline some of the rewards waiting for anyone who lands here.

Where to Find Destroyed Dish

The Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 8 map is shown highlighting the location of the Destroyed Dish.

For competitive Fortnite fans, the Destroyed Dish area is best known as the Kami Split—named after the FNCS Season 8 Champion. Most public match players recognize it as the robust area slightly southwest of Dirty Docks. You can see the location marked on the map above, and it’s a sizable area. Destroyed Dish offers a lot of loot, IO cars and a Slipstream for mobility. We recently listed this area as one of the best spots to land in Chapter 2 – Season 8.

Among other perks, apart from in-game loot, you can find the Robotic Grey Toona Fish Color Bottles here. You can also utilize Destroyed Dish to find a Recon Scanner, use a Launch Pad and modify a vehicle. These are all quests offered by several non-player characters (NPCs) around the map. There are many not mentioned here, and Destroyed Dish can provide you with many straightforward paths to completing quests in exchange for XP.

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Now, you have all the information you need to find Destroyed Dish and see all it has to offer. You’ll want to explore this landmark and others like Fort Crumpet, where you can complete other quests for XP!

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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.