Fortnite Geyser Locations - Week 6 Quest Route

Fortnite Geyser Locations

Fortnite Geyser Locations
July 14, 2022: The Geyser mission has come back around this week, so it's time to take another look at where you'll find them now that the map has shifted around a bit.

If you're back into Fortnite for the newest season, you're going to naturally come across a Fortnite Geyser or two on your travels. They're not all that useful in a pinch, but you're going to want to know exactly where to find Fortnite Geyser locations if you're to complete one of the Chapter 3 Season 3 Week 4 quests.

We've had a similar mission earlier in the season, but a lot has changed since: including loads of new map areas and Fortnite Geysers locations. These founts of naturally heated water are a great traversal tool that can get you across huge areas in a short amount of time, so here's where they all are.

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All Fortnite Geyser Locations

If you're running the Week 6 quest "Use a Baller, a zipline, and a Gesyer in a single match" here are the Fortnite geyser locations you'll want to hit up.

As of right now, the Fortnite geyser locations are almost entirely found in Reality Falls. With the latest update, the map has been changed somewhat and there's a bit of a focus on traversal. You can see this with the grapple hook baller.

You can actually combine geysers with the previous two to get across huge sections of the map in no time at all. It's like the cannons from the previous patch but a little more versatile.

Fortnite Geysers near Reality Falls.
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You're in trouble if you're caught out by the storm in a different area, but if you need a quick escape from Reality Falls, a Baller and a geyser are all you need.

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You can see all the locations above. Though it may change over time, they are all pretty close. This means that you may have some competition if you want to get those challenges done.

How Do I Use Fortnite Geysers?

You can stare at those Fornite geysers all day and you'll barely see a blip out of them. A sputter, maybe: but not enough to send into the sky. So how do they work?

To make the Fortnite geysers work, you just need to stand on them for a couple of seconds. They're not a rapid means of escape (you'll literally be a sitting duck if you're under fire already), but stand there long enough and you'll be sent high into the sky. Get your parachute out and glide around once you're up there.

The best route for the Baller, Zipline, Geyser Week 6 Fortnite quest.
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How to Use a Baller, a Zipline, and a Gesyer in a Single Match - Fortnite Week 6 Quest

One of the easiest ways to complete this quest is to start with the Baller. You'll find them in the top of the Rave Cave, but a few are dotted around the edges as well.

Land here, grab one, and make a break for it. Don't try to fight: just roll away. Use the grapple, boost, and roll to make your way to Reality Falls just South of Rave Cave and you should have no trouble finding a Geyser at one of the six possible locations.

If you haven't spotted a zipline yet, carry on to the desert around Rocky Reels. There's usually plenty of ziplines connecting the cliffs and spires here, so use your baller's grapple hook to get up, get out, and zip your way across a chasm. Easy.

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