Coral Cove (POI)

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Coral Cove is a Landmark in Battle Royale added in Chapter 2 Season 1, located inside the coordinates A2 and B2, on a set of small islands, and is close to the Crash Site, and Fort Crumpet. It is a primitive village filled with various huts and shacks, all with leaves or seashells as roofing. Stone sculptures resembling Fishstick, each bearing different expressions, can be found decorating the landscape, and tiki torches and random oversized seashells are present. The small singing coral-like creatures found on the Coral Cruiser glider can be found on a few rocks, singing the Coral Chorus. You can find them at the large shack at the top of a hill, and just above water in the center of the village, and on the far north. Small corals are found in many places, including on the stone sculptures.

Chests can be found in a few of the seashell huts, and in the large shack.

Points and Sublocations[edit | edit source]

Coral Cove (POI) Top View
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Challenges[edit | edit source]

Challenge Challenges Reward
Visit 15 different Landmarks TNTina's Trial Season xp icon.png40,000
Visit Coral Cove, Stack Shack, and Crash Site without swimming in a single match Meowscles' Mischief Season xp icon.png40,000
Search 10 Chests at Landmarks Skye's Adventure Season xp icon.png40,000

Map Changes[edit | edit source]

Chapter 2 Season 1[edit | edit source]

V11.00[edit | edit source]

  • Coral Cove was added to the map.
Coral Cove before Chapter 2 Season 3

Chapter 2 Season 3[edit | edit source]

V13.00[edit | edit source]

  • Most of Coral Cove was flooded by water.

V13.20[edit | edit source]

  • July 1st: The water level decreased and the hill with the large shack has been uncovered. The rest of the cove, however, is still flooded.

V13.30[edit | edit source]

  • July 30th: The water level decreased once again, clearing a significant amount of water from parts of Coral Cove.
  • August 1st: The water level decreased and went back to the normal level, clearing up all of Coral Cove.
  • A sinkhole was created nearby Coral Cove, creating a path into Coral Castle.

Trivia[edit | edit source]