Battle Royale Map

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The Battle Royale Island is the main battle arena of Battle Royale. It consists of a 8x8 (formerly 10x10) grid with many major named locations and minor POIs (points of interest). After The End Event, the Zero Point collapsed into a Black Hole and sucked up the entire island, transporting everyone to a new island. Each Season, new map locations or areas are introduced or removed. Sometimes Patches change the map in some way, such as the destroyed shack near Fatal Fields from Chapter 1 being developed.

The Chapter 2 Season 1 Map


Current Points of Interest[edit | edit source]

POIs (points of interest) are notable locations on the Battle Royale Island, ranging from specific named places and sites to smaller settlements. The current version of the map has the following points of interest:

Locations[edit | edit source]

Locations are places that are specifically labelled on the map. There are 13 locations in the current version of the map, which are initially labelled as "???" (not to be confused with the landmark "???") and have to be visited to appear on the map. Visiting 10 out of the 13 locations is required to complete an objective for the New World Missions.

Lazy Lake[edit | edit source]

Main article: Lazy Lake

Lazy Lake is a location between Misty Meadows and Retail Row. It is a small city surrounded by lakes. It's design is similar to Tilted Towers and Neo Tilted.

Craggy Cliffs[edit | edit source]

Main article: Craggy Cliffs

Craggy Cliffs is located at the northern part of the map north of Frenzy Farm, west of Steamy Stacks and northeast of Pleasant Park. It is a coastal village with a large Fish Sticks restaurant.

Slurpy Swamp[edit | edit source]

Main article: Slurpy Swamp

Slurpy Swamp is located at the southwestern part of the map, south of Weeping Woods, northwest of Misty Meadows and northwest of Holly Hedges. It is a swamp, similar to Moisty Mire, with a Slurp Juice factory.

Misty Meadows[edit | edit source]

Main article: Misty Meadows

Misty Meadows is located at the southern part of the map, southwest of Lazy Lake and southeast of Slurpy Swamp. It is a small village, and it's design is similar to Happy Hamlet.

Dirty Docks[edit | edit source]

Main article: Dirty Docks

Dirty Docks is located at the eastern part of the map, south of Steamy Stacks and east of Frenzy Farm. It is a cargo dock with cranes, many motorboats, and warehouses similar to Dusty Depot.

Frenzy Farm[edit | edit source]

Main article: Frenzy Farm

Frenzy Farm is located at the northeastern part of the map, south of Craggy Cliffs and west of Dirty Docks. It is a large farm with many fields, similar to Anarchy Acres and Fatal Fields.

Pleasant Park[edit | edit source]

Main article: Pleasant Park

Pleasant Park is located at the northwestern part of the map north of Salty Springs and northeast of Sweaty Sands. It is a suburban residential neighborhood with houses and an open soccer field.

Sweaty Sands[edit | edit source]

Main article: Sweaty Sands

Sweaty Sands is a location southwest of Pleasant Park, northwest of Salty Springs, and north of Holly Hedges. It is a residential area along the beach, including SoFDeeZ and the hotel similar to the one that was at Paradise Palms.

Steamy Stacks[edit | edit source]

Main article: Steamy Stacks

Steamy Stacks is located at the northeastern part of the map, east of Craggy Cliffs and north of Dirty Docks. Similar to Pressure Plant, it is a power plant, this one powered by the CUBE and run by a company called Kevolution Energy.

Weeping Woods[edit | edit source]

Main article: Weeping Woods

Weeping Woods is located east of Holly Hedges, north of Slurpy Swamp and south of Salty Springs. It is a large woods, containing multiple cabins, similar to Wailing Woods and Lonely Lodge.

Holly Hedges[edit | edit source]

Main article: Holly Hedges

Holly Hedges is in the west portion of the map, west of Weeping Woods and northwest of Slurpy Swamp. It is a town that highly resembles Greasy Grove, with houses that are very similar to Starry Suburbs.

Retail Row[edit | edit source]

Main article: Retail Row

Retail Row is located at the eastern part of the map. It is a retail store complex with a wide parking lot and a residential neighborhood beside the commercial area that consists of houses, some of which are broken or damaged.

Salty Springs[edit | edit source]

Main article: Salty Springs

Salty Springs is located close to the central part of the map. It is residential area with houses, a gas station, and a bus station.

Landmarks[edit | edit source]

Landmarks are small POI's that are not labelled on the map, but their name usually appears when the player visits them. Small notable locations, like a pond, bunker, small settlement or natural/man-made feature are usually designated as a Landmark. (In some cases, e.g. "Snow Cone Food Truck", the name is not displayed and the game just displays the word "Landmark" with no associated landmark name, although this may be a bug.) Discovering new landmarks grants experience. Visiting 10 of them is required in order to complete a mission objective of the New World Missions ("Discover Landmarks"). Many, though not all, of the landmarks are associated with grey areas of the map and the landmark must be visited to clear the grey area.

Former Points of Interest[edit | edit source]

Limited Time POIs[edit | edit source]

Limited Time Challenges Props[edit | edit source]

Interactable Map Objects[edit | edit source]

  • Basketball Hoops
  • Skeet Shooters

Chapter 1 Locations[edit | edit source]

Former locations in Chapter 2[edit | edit source]

Challenge Games[edit | edit source]

Challenge Games was a POI on the Battle Royale Map exclusively added in Playground mode that is composed of Port-a-Challenge variations spawned in one area on the sky. The challenge games are no longer available in playground or any other mode. They were removed due to glitches such as going to spawn island.

Dead Grid[edit | edit source]

The following coordinates are considered as dead grids that are mostly unexplorable and covered with water, though may have also small amounts of land in them: A1, H1, A7, A8, B8 and C8.

Map Markers[edit | edit source]

Map markers are icons that players can place on the map. It is mainly used to mark a place that players will lands at, go toward, etc. There are blue, purple, red, and yellow markers depending on what the color your character is represented with.

Map History[edit | edit source]

This list downs all the major changes in the Battle Royale Map versions:

Changes[edit | edit source]

Patch 5.20 (August 7, 2018)
Bug Fixes
  • Player placed map markers will no longer appear to jitter on the minimap or in the world.

5.10 Patch Update (July 24, 2018)

Audio
  • Added specialization to the sound played when a marker is placed on the map. Now you will hear it coming from where the in-world marker was placed.

Patch 11.1 (October 29, 2019)

  • Map locations can no longer be discovered in playground or creative modes. It will also no longer say entered -location name- when you enter a location in these modes.