Fortnite: Where To Find Tilted Towers in Chapter 3

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Fortnite: Where To Find Tilted Towers in Chapter 3

Find out where you can locate the returning Tilted Towers in Fortnite Chapter 3.

Tilted Towers is back in Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 1, and fans worldwide are ecstatic. Epic Games planted the seeds of anticipation yesterday, ultimately delivering on its promise less than 24 hours later. As a result, an iconic location returns in an entirely new era of Fortnite.

The hype for Tilted Towers’ resurgence stretches beyond current Fortnite players. Fans from Fortnite’s humble beginnings will give it a go for old times’ sake. So here’s a fair warning, players loading into the game following patch v19.10 can expect every opponent in their match to land at Tilted Towers.

We know that you will too. So today, we’ll explain precisely where you can find the returning Tilted Towers.

Where to Find Tilted Towers


Chapter 3’s Tilted Towers had been lying dormant under a sheet of ice since the season began last month. It didn’t take fans long to discover that Tilted Towers would resurface above the landmark currently named Frosty Fields.

You can find this area almost in the center of the Island in the snowy area located Southwest of Coney Crossroads and West of Camp Cuddle. As you can see on the map above, Tilted Towers is a massive area featuring differently sized buildings. There should be no issue locating it when you exit the Battle Bus. Look for where every other player is heading in any match for the rest of this season.

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There should be no shortage of loot at Tilted Towers. While an exact figure is not available at this time, be sure to check out Fortnite.GG for that information. Above all else, enjoy the trip down memory lane set in motion by Epic Games.

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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.