It’s hard to believe, but we are now nearing the end of the Fortbytes system — at least for Season 9. While we don’t know yet whether or not Fortbtyes will be making a return for Season 10, we have stuff like Fortbyte #37: Found Inside A Disaster Bunker in Pleasant Park to wade through first.
If you’ve been unfortunate enough to have your eyes replaced with bees for the last nine weeks and therefore unable to play Fortnite, Fortbytes were added by Epic at the start of the season to keep players coming back every day for a scavenger hunt. Every five or so Fortbytes collected will give you a new cosmetic item, but the big cheese (the Singularity skin) is only unlockable after ninety Fortbytes have been collected.
Here’s everything you should know about Fortbyte #37: Found Inside A Disaster Bunker in Pleasant Park.
Fortbyte #37 Map
The disaster bunker is referring to the tiny house on the north side of Pleasant, the one that up until quite recently was easily the worst place to land. Find it at C3 on the Fortnite grid.
As for actually getting to the disaster bunker, it’s a little less simple but nothing that should give you too much hassle. Curiously, there are two entrances: one underneath a tree at the front of the house (see above) and one under the stairs. Considering how few people know of the tree shortcut, you may want to take that to be on the safe side.
The Fortbyte is located within the bunker in the kitchen. Simply walk on over and pick it up; there are no special circumstances or anything like it with this Fortbyte.
Fortbyte #37 Video Guide
A new week brings a new Fortbtye, and it’s a neat surprise to see Epic give a Fortbyte that is pretty much open to everyone.
That being said, I don’t expect that to last. With Singularity being unlockable very soon (you should have 85 or so if you have been keeping up to date with every single Fortbyte released to date), expect Epic to make the last handful of Fortbytes very difficult for casuals.
Fortnite Season 9 Fortbytes List
The below is accurate as of the time of writing. Our masterlist gets updated every day.
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