At some point this week in Fortnite, Epic sneaked a new dig site onto the battle royale's map. If you would like to know what dig site looks like, head to the northwest of the Paradise Palms area.
The excavation site seems to be full of dirt, just like any mine or quarry around the map. However, after careful observation, it appears that the whole is not full of dirt, but rocks. Players have to dig lots of healthy dirt and boulders to find out what is hidden in them.
Like the breakable icebergs last season, the excavation site can be eliminated by hardworking players. Some people even try to make everyone know that they are friendly, just in case someone wants to join them in the excavation. Fortunately, the work is progressing rapidly, considering the combined damage of everyone in the game.
Later, the player found the bones sticking out of the ground, and a small teddy bear, a truck and a chest. Further down, a volcanic vent, like the volcanic hole that pushed you into the air, was also excavated.
Epic didn't say anything from what we knew, so we didn't know how deep the excavation was. Maybe this is just the beginning of a big excavation hunt. But this is an exciting turning point for events, and it's a good reason to continue picking away at the ground with your pickaxe.
Either way, what can we expect to discover when all the rocks are cleared away?
In my opinion, once the bunkers opened, will link to each other, but it may take a few days to discover what lies beneath. A Reddit thread earlier today said that according to the current digging speed, the player would complete the work very quickly, but as the news spreads, the excavation site may be cleared in advance or more excavation sites may appear at different locations on the Fortnite map.
What are your thoughts on the excavation site in Fortnite? Stay with us on this one; it gets a little confusing. Also, Fortnite update 8.20 has been released, check the official website for more information.