Chapter 2 Season 1

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Season 1 of Chapter 2, or Season 11 of Battle Royale began on October 15th 2019. The theme of the season revolves around a new map and alter-egos of the battle pass characters.

The season features significant changes in almost all elements of gameplay, such as a new map with new locations, new weapons and items, a overhaul of the game's challenge system and much more.

Teasers and Hints[edit | edit source]

Unlike every other season in the game so far, this season did not receive any teasers prior to releasing. However, a few days before The End Event happened, 3 teasers hinting at a new map were released. Teasers in the traditional sense weren’t released. Digging around the code leakers input the first number into Google Maps, which would take you to a location full of crabs (obviously referencing the meme crab rave).

Battle Pass[edit | edit source]

The Battle Pass for Season 1 is a way to earn exclusive in-game rewards by playing Battle Royale during Chapter 2 Season 1 and is available for purchase for 950 V-Bucks. These rewards include: Outfits, Gliders, Wraps, Harvesting Tools, Back Blings, Emotes, Sprays, Contrails, Music, Loading Screens and more.

All in-game items that can be unlocked stay and do not expire. By leveling up, rewards are given in each level. Some rewards are free and can be earned by anyone, and most of them are required to have the Battle Pass. A bundle that includes automatic completion of the first 25 Levels is also offered for 2800 V-Bucks and can be purchased anytime during the season. The ability to gift the Battle Pass is still available.

Missions[edit | edit source]

Missions have stayed as the main challenges for Chapter 2 Season 1. There is only one Event Challenge, the Alter Ego Challenges, while the rest are missions. You don't need to purchase the battle pass to get the missions as in season 10. Also there are not prestige missions after completing all missions. The Missions are unlocked weekly like in any other season. By completing Missions, players can earn XP, and exclusive Loading Screens. By completing the Alter Ego Challenges, players can earn additional styles for the Chapter 2 Season 1 Battle Pass outfits, and an exclusive secret outfit.

Battle Medals[edit | edit source]

Main article: Battle Medals

Battle Medals are a new mechanic in Battle Royale. They help a player level up easier, and are obtained by doing certain objectives as eliminating players, surviving, working with teammates, and searching chests/llamas/supply drops.

Cosmetics[edit | edit source]

Various thematic sets including Cosmetic Skins, Harvesting Tools, Emotes and Gliders were also released on Season 11 as part of the item shop compoments on daily rotation basis and Battle Pass rewards. Loading Screens are granted from completing Battle Pass Challenges. Item Shop voting also still exists as of Season 11.

Image Name Rarity Type Cost Release Date
Image Name Rarity Type Cost Release Date
Fortnite-moxie-skin-icon.png Moxie Rare Outfit 2019-10-18
Fortnite-snuggs-skin-icon.png Snuggs Rare Outfit 2019-10-18
Icn.png Zero Legendary Outfit 2019-10-15
Fortnite-outcast-skin-icon.png Outcast Rare Outfit 2019-10-15

Weapons and Item Releases[edit | edit source]

11.00 Patch Notes (October 15th)[edit | edit source]


  • A new 4-player vehicle that can travel on both land and water (goes faster on water).
  • The driver has a missile attack that recharges after a few seconds.
  • The driver also has a boost that recharges after a few seconds.
  • The other players on the back seat can fire and use items.
  • Has 800 health.

Bandage Bazooka

  • Epic Rarity.
  • Fires Bandages, and can be used to heal yourself on teammates.
  • Has infinite ammo, but can only be used 5 times before reloading.
  • Available from Chests, Supply Drops, and Loot Llamas.
  • Takes up two inventory slots, unlike any other item.

Fishing Rod

  • Common rarity.
  • Can be used in water to catch fish, weapons, ammo or cans.
  • Reel in when the bobber gets a bite.
  • Avaliable from floor loot, chests, supply drops, loot llamas and fishing rod barrels.


  • Small Fry
    • Common rarity.
    • Restores 25 health and no more than 75.
    • Max stack size: 6.
  • Flopper
    • Uncommon rarity.
    • Restores 50 health.
    • Max stack size: 4.
  • Slurpfish
    • Epic rarity.
    • Restores 50 health or shield.
    • Max stack size: 3.
  • Mythic Goldfish
    • Mythic Rarity
    • Deals 200 Damage to Players and structures.
    • Instantly destroys wood.
    • 1 in 1 million chance to catch.


  • Common rarity.
  • Can be thrown at enemies to deal 20 damage.
  • Sometimes obtained from fishing.


  • Added Epic and Legendary variants.

Rocket Launcher

  • Added Common and Uncommon variants.
  • Common variant was removed quickly after the update.

Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle

  • Added Common and Uncommon variants (95/100 damage).
  • Common variant was removed quickly after the update.

Submachine Gun

  • Added Epic and Legendary variants.

Upgrade Bench

  • A new place where you can upgrade weapons using materials.
    • Common to Uncommon: 50 of each material.
    • Uncommon to Rare: 150 of each material.
    • Rare to Epic: 250 of each material.
    • Epic to Legendary: 350 of each material.



11.10 Patch Notes (October 29th)[edit | edit source]

Rocket Launcher

  • The Pumpkin Rocket Launcher has returned; this is a visual change only.

Unvaulted items for Storm King LTM:

11.10 Content Update (November 5th)[edit | edit source]

Harpoon Gun

  • Rare rarity.
  • Uses Hooks as ammo, carries 10.
  • Deals 75 damage to players, and 150 damage to structures.
  • Can be used to pull enemies toward the player.
  • Can also be used for fishing, to instantly pull something out of the water.

Map Changes[edit | edit source]

The entirely new Map.

Map v11.00 (October 15th)[edit | edit source]

  • A entirely new map with all new terrain and locations has been added, replacing the old one.
  • New POIs: Craggy Cliffs, Steamy Stacks, Sweaty Sands, Frenzy Farm, Dirty Docks, Holly Hedges, Weeping Woods, Lazy Lake, Slurpy Swamp and Misty Meadows.
  • Pleasant Park, Salty Springs and Retail Row were added back to the new map, but are found at different locations.
  • Risky Reels has returned, and is located west of Frenzy Farm.
  • The middle island (Eye Land (POI)) was put in at the center of the map.
  • Multiple new unnamed POIs, or Landmarks, have also appeared across the map, such as a island called Camp Cod and a lighthouse.
  • A bunker is hidden beneath a building on an island north of Pleasant Park and Craggy Cliffs. Telescopes have also been placed in bushes around the island, looking out to different landmarks. Interestingly, the name for the landmark is ?.
  • A second bunker can be found southeast of Retail Row at H6, hidden between two trees, and under a large bush. The name for the landmark is ??.
  • A third bunker can be found at B6, underwater. The name for the landmark is ???.
  • A large metal door can be found south of Retail Row, at a landmark called **REDACTED**. It's purpose is unknown. The name for the landmark is **REDACTED**.
  • Multiple items from the old map have appeared in houses on the southeastern island, Camp Cod.
  • The car and truck mech was added to the map, sunken in the ocean northeast of Dirty Docks. It has both of its arms attached again, and is holding the pole slightly out of the water.
  • A hay man can be found southwest of Frenzy Farm waving, possibly referencing the stone man and stone family.
  • A large iron man made of pipes can be found at F8, sitting on a moutain.
  • An Uncle Pete's Pizza Pit truck can be found southeast of Salty Springs, and a Durrr Burger truck can be found north of Pleasant Park.
  • Inside of Weeping Woods, a Durrr Burger head and Tomato head can also be found next to each other, covered in moss. The name for the landmark is Greasy Graves.
  • A plane crash landmark can be found on one of the islands on the northwest of the map called Crash Site, referencing the TV show Lost.
  • A building can be found southwest of Sweaty Sands, at A4. Inside is a red ferrari, referencing Ferris Bueller's Day Off.
  • A rock can be found at A5, referencing the rock Ariel poses on in The Little Mermaid.
  • October 27th: A building west of Lazy Lake has set up ghost decorations in a room, hinting the Halloween patch.

Map v11.10 (October 29th)[edit | edit source]

  • Eye Land has been replaced with a Corrupted Area, called Isle Of The Storm. Cube Monsters roam around the isle.
  • Multiple POIs have set up Halloween decorations.
  • The Hey Boo! Halloween store from Retail Row during Season 6 has returned.
  • Multiple pieces of furniture around the map have become haunted and now float in the air. Upon being destroyed, ghostly images of certain skins would appear quickly vanishing.
  • Gargoyles have been set around the map, sometimes having glowing eyes.
  • The entry sign at Sweaty Sands is now complete.
  • Monitor screens at the Crash Site landmark begin to flicker every so often.
  • November 5th: All Halloween decorations and floating furniture have been removed.
  • The Isle Of The Storm has slowly started to uncorrupt.