Fortnite's new map for Chapter 2 brings with it a new set of named locations and landmarks to explore.
In a first for Fortnite, you have to visit them all to reveal their names on the map.
Though the job is seemingly made easy for you by showing question marks across the map, the difference between named locations and landmark locations isn't clear - which is where this new map explainer page comes in.
Completing these challenges will progress your Fortnite Chapter 2 Battle Pass.
What is Fortnite's new map and how do I reveal named locations and landmarks?
Here is a look at Fortnite's new map:
However, when you first play Chapter Two, the map is washed with grey, with the name of named locations replaced by question marks.
Essentially, you need to visit each of these - by land or from the Battle Bus - to reveal the map.
If you have visited all the question marks and there's still some landmarks left, then visiting the grey locations will help you complete that step.
Doing so will complete the New World challenges 'Discover Named Locations' and 'Discover Landmarks'.
Fortnite new map named locations explained
When you start Fortnite Chapter Two, the entirety of the map is greyed out, and you have to visit each location one-by-one to reveal it.
Visit 10 of the 12 ??? locations on the map to complete this challenge step. Their names are:
- Craggy Cliffs
- Dirty Docks
- Frenzy Farm
- Holly Hedges
- Lazy Lake
- Misty Meadows
- Retail Row
- Salty Springs
- Slurpy Swamp
- Steamy Stacks
- Sweaty Sands
- Weeping Woods
Fortnite landmark locations list
As well as the above named locations, you also need to visit a new location type - landmarks. These are points of interest that aren't quite big settlements like named locations, but aren't empty spaces on the map either.
To complete this challenge step, visit all of the ??? locations - this will complete the named locations step. From there, you'll then have some greyed out locations to visit that isn't named - for example, the small island right in the centre of the map.
Visiting these locations will colour in the map completely - and complete the 'Discover Landmarks' set. There are far more than 10 landmarks on the map, so pick and choose the ones you fancy.
It should also be noted that there can be additional landmarks within a greyed out location - but visiting the 'main' one will usually flesh it out on the map.
Here is a list of Fortnite landmark locations:
Shanty Town location (west of Slurpy Swamp):
Pristine Point location (north of Steamy Stacks):
Hydro 16 location (Fortnite's dam, east of Slurpy Swamp):
Stumpy Ridge location (north of Hydro 16):
Risky Reels location (west of Frenzy Farm):
E.G.O. Barracks location (north of Lazy Lake):
Gorgeous Gorge location (north west of Lazy Lake):
Flopper Pond location (east of Holly Hedges):
FN Radio location (east of Craggy Cliffs):
Mowdown location (south-east of Craggy Cliffs):
The Orchard location (south of Mowdown):
Lake Canoe location (north of Retail Row):
Hilltop House location (north-east of Pleasant Park):
Lazy Lake Island location (between Misty Meadows and Lazy Lake):
E.G.O. Staging Post location (north of Dirty Docks):
Camp Cod location (very south-east):
Rainbow Rentals location (south-west of Holly Hedges, on the coast):
E.G.O. Hangar location (north of Rainbow Rentals and south-west of Holly Hedges):
Mount F8 location (mountain in map quadrant F8, in the south):
Crash Site location (large island in the north-west):
Base Camp Hotel location (north part of the south-east mountain range):
Shipwreck Cove location (east of the south-east mountain range):
Fort Crumpet location (north-west of Sweaty Sands):
Coral Cove location (outer islands in the north-west corner):
Homely Hills location (north of Pleasant Park):
Lockie's Lighthouse location (on the island in the far north-west):
E.G.O. Science Station location (west of Pleasant Park, on the coast):
Weather Station location (on the south-east mountain range):
E.G.O. Comm Tower location (south-west of Misty Meadows):
Eye Land location (the island in the very centre of the map):
Phew - that's a lot of ground to cover this season, right?