Chest (Battle Royale)

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Category Battle Royale Loot
Introduced Beginning of Battle Royale

Chest is a loot cache object in Battle Royale. Chests are scattered throughout the map. Interacting with a chest causes it to be looted, spreading the contents on the ground to be picked up. There are 6 types of chests in the game, two of which are Creative exclusive.

Chest Types[edit | edit source]

Standard Chest contains any item ranging from Common to Legendary. It contains ammo for the weapon, materials, and an extra item.

Rare Chest (aka Super Chest) is similar to the standard version, but it contains any weapon Epic or above and contains more items. It was released in Chapter 2 Season 1 and appears randomly across the map. There is a small chance they can appear instead of a normal chest. This chest will give metal when broken.

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Crate is a larger version of a chest, containing any weapon Rare or above and several items. Most Crates can be found at POIs guarded by Henchmen. Some Crates are protected by ID scanners, requiring the player to scan themselves as a Henchman, or by using a knocked Henchman to scan the Crate.

Freezers are different from normal chests both in terms of appearance and the loot they contain. When a freezer is searched, it releases one or two fishes, making it the only chest type to contain fish. Freezers can be found in restaurants, kitchens and similar places.

Vaulted[edit | edit source]

Block Chest was a chest that was added in Season 7. The chest was only found at The Block and would give a Legendary weapon and some items like the Chug Jug. However, The Block was removed from the map and thus is vaulted and only available in Creative. As of now, it drops Epic or Legendary weapons.

Borderlands Chest was a chest that was briefly added in Season X as part of the Fortnite X Borderlands crossover. This chest replaced all chest locations in Pandora and acted just like normal chests. The chest would also drop cash, which was soon vaulted after a while. It was vaulted soon after the Borderlands collaboration ended. It gives metal when broken.

Stats[edit | edit source]

Treasure chest (tier 1).png
Destructible Yes
Hitpoints 500

Changes[edit | edit source]

Patch 4.3 (30 May, 2018)
Bug Fix
  • Opened treasure chests won’t appear unopened when viewed from a long distance.

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