'Fortnite' Season 5 is here with some big changes

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The map held by Rex in the loading screen shows that the Battle Star can be found in the "quarry" between Pleasant Park and Lazy Links (formerly Anarchy Acres), with the exact location able to be viewed below in the orange circle.

Epic released a cinematic trailer for Season 5 on Thursday that features a real-life man teleported into Fortnite along with some of Season 5's new items including the golf cart and viking ship.

Fortnite Season 5 is here and the upcoming skins, gliders, emotes and more this season have been leaked. We also know the update will add in the two skins featured in the image below, which seem to support the theory that the update will be themed around multiple worlds and time periods colliding. Rewards change each Season, so check out the Battle Pass tab in the game to see what can be earned. Non-Battle pass players will get the first three challenges for free, while people who paid will get an extra four challenges to undergo.

Finding the Risky Reels Treasure Map is one of the Battle Pass Challenges in Season 5 of Fortnite. There are also a notable number of rifts still lurking around the map. Season 5 of the hit game dropped on July 12. What's more, the roof acts as a bounce pad although you'll probably have more fun driving them through rifts. You can find the full list of Week 1 challenges below. We've already detailed where to find the Risky Reels treasure map, and now we've put together a guide to help you complete the other challenge that might give you some trouble this week: searching seven floating Lightning Bolts. You'll also be able to see how numerous pellets from a shot hit the target, which will be displayed by marks within the reticle, allowing you to see at a glance how effective your shot was.

The heavy shotgun will now fire double the pellets, with 10 instead of 5, but the maximum damage will remain unchanged.