The Fortnite v13.40 update is here and vehicles have finally been added across the map.
In this latest update, a host of new vehicles have been added into the mix, alongside the Nitrogen LTM. In it, you’ll need to deliver fares and earn stars with your team to win – or sabotage other teams to collect theirs. It’ll be available for solo, duos and trios, so grab a few pals and jump in.
With that in mind, here’s everything you need to know about vehicles.
Fortnite: How to drive cars and trucks
There will be various car types available, including cars of various sizes, trucks and taxis. A few have been confirmed by Epic so far including:
- Whiplash car
- Mudflap truck
- Prevalent car
- OG Bear truck
You’ll need a source of gasoline to power them, so you’ll need to visit Gas Stations like the one at Catty Corner. Gas stations have been given a major overhaul and you’ll need to top up your fuel as you drive around the map.
Hitting vehicles with your pickaxe or shooting them doesn’t seem to cause them to leak fuel, though they will eventually explode, so watch out. Vehicles will spawn with various fuel levels, so it would be wise to plot out a course rather than driving aimlessly and wasting your gas.
Each vehicle will have a specific health value, depending on its size, ranging anywhere from around 800 health to over 1200. Bigger vehicles have more health but will use much more fuel, so you will need to sacrifice speed and distance for power in some cases.
As with any vehicle, ramming another player is guaranteed to do damage, so there’s that at least. You’ll see a prompt to the left that tells you how to drive and reverse the car and it’s pretty straight forward, much like steering the boat or Choppa.
Fortnite: Where to find Vehicles
Vehicles can be found all over the map, but close to named locations in particular. They’ll likely be close to the new-and-improved gas stations, which will likely become busy spots. It’s not clear whether the gas stations can be destroyed as they would normally, but as it takes a few seconds to full your car up, keep an eye out for opponents.