As expected, the map has changed following the rocket launch and subsequent appearance of mysterious rifts.
Viking ships, desert outposts, and ancient statues have appeared across the island.
The new season has also been preceded by Fortnite items, including Llamas and the Durr Burger sign appearing in real life locations around the world. There are also two new locations for players to visit called Paradise Palms and Lazy Links. The cheat sheet also pinpoints key named locations, such as Snobby Shores, Risky Reels, and Retail Row, and highlights the various spawn locations for the lightning bolts you'll have to track down. Well, here's your guide on where you need to look to get your hands on the Fortnite ATK, and how to lean and then jump.
If you want to see all of the changes that Epic Games has made to one of the biggest games in the world, check out the patch notes over on the official Fortnite site. That's all we know until the servers come back up.
Epic Games has also nerfed the "double pump" strategy yet again, as another shotgun will not be able to be fired for "a very short time" after firing another one.
Toys include the basketball, golf ball and beach ball but you can only get access to them if you own the Season 5 Battle Pass.
There's also Road Trip tier rewards (similar to Blockbuster challenges from last season) as well as Drift Challenges.
Starting in Season 5, progressive challenges will no longer be restricted to a single season.
As always with a Fortnite patch there are a bunch of fixes and performance improvements, with some changes too in weapon balancing. Shotgun spread will now be consistent with no random variation. This will set you back 950 V-Bucks.