Fortnite Season 6 features new lootable Bunker Chests, an off-shoot of the standard loot chests that players can find littered around the map – but finding them is going to be a bit trickier than you might have originally thought.
Bunker Chest locations
The most well-known chests at the moment are at Craggy Cliffs and Sweaty Sands, which can be found:
- Craggy Cliffs: Underground in one of the stairways near the west side of the POI
- Sweaty Sands: In the attic of one of the houses, located near the east side of the POI.
There are also a couple more locations that have been found.
“Upon entering the house on the island, turn left and destroy the floor. Head towards the yellow rug, destroy the floor by that, and you’ll drop down into a secret room containing the chest.”
In plain sight is the chest at Lazy Lake. Head to the south of the area, and off to the east off some large rocks, you’ll see a pile of dirt. Whack it with your pickaxe and the chest will pop up.
“Head to the house at the south-east of Pleasant Park with the doors that lead down to the basement. Break them, head down the stairs, through the door and you’ll see the chest on your left.”
That is some of the locations were you can find bunker chests.
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