Anarchy Acres

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Anarchy Acres was an area of the Battle Royale map located at north coordinates F2-F3 north east of Loot Lake and west of Risky Reels. It was a large farm with crop fields, barns, sheds, silos, a stable, scattered trees, and a white farmhouse to the north.

Anarchy Acres was replaced with Lazy Links in Season 5 and then with Lazy Lagoon in Season 8.

Points and Sublocations[edit | edit source]

Anarchy Acres Top View with all Chest Spots
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Other Loot Spots[edit | edit source]

  • Five Crop fields
  • Barns
  • Sheds
  • Two silos
  • Two windmills
  • A stable
  • Scattered trees
  • A northern white farm house.

Map Changes[edit | edit source]

Season 1[edit | edit source]

  • Anarchy Acres was added to the map.

Season 2[edit | edit source]

V1.11[edit | edit source]

  • A Christmas tree has appeared at Anarchy Acres.
  • A Christmas tree has been removed from Anarchy Acres.

Season 3[edit | edit source]

Season 4[edit | edit source]

  • A thruster from the Rocket Ship blast off landed on Anarchy Acres.
    Thruster from the rocket.

Season 5[edit | edit source]

  • Anarchy Acres was removed from the map and replaced by Lazy Links.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Anarchy Acres lasted longer than both of its successors, Lazy Links and Lazy Lagoon.
  • Anarchy Acres was updated at least once per season up until its removal.
  • The transition of the farm into a golf club may be a reference to the show Yellowstone. In the show the owner of a farm is fighting to save his farm from business moguls and land developers.
  • Anarchy Acres is the first location to be significantly changed into a different POI twice, with it being changed to Lazy Links in Season 5 then Lazy Lagoon in Season 8. The second is Wailing Woods, which was replaced by the Volcano, which was replaced by Pressure Plant. The third is Tilted Towers, which was changed into Neo Tilted in Season 9, which was replaced by Tilted Town in Season 10/X and finally turned into Gotham City.
  • Part of the rocket booster that landed in Anarchy Acres was reused in Season 10 as a Rift Beacon, this may have been the reason for the area’s sudden change to Lazy Links.
  • Frenzy Farm is very similar to Anarchy Acres, although noticeably bigger.
  • Anarchy Acres looked noticeably similar to Fatal Fields, and used most of the assets from Fatal.
  • Anarchy Acres prefabs are found in Creative despite some of the assets actually coming from Fatal Fields, such as the Corn Fields.