Fortnite Chapter 3 is probably just a few days away, and it’s possible that at least one new addition to the game has already leaked while preparing to unpack a complete slate of new mechanics, loot, locations, and more. There is: a seagull. Beach birds were mentioned by Fortnite’s most famous leaker. He tends not to open unless he is sure of something. With that in mind, it’s no exaggeration to say that in Chapter 3 of Fortnite, seagulls join wolves, chickens, wild boars, and more.
Attention leaker Hypex referred to the concept art he saw to reveal information and said it could probably be the easiest to find around the new beach biome in the game in Chapter 3. Interestingly, Fortnite Chapter 2 already has seagulls-Technically.. They can sometimes be seen flying around the island, and they can even see the promotional art for Fortnite Chapter 2 from 2019, when a new chapter first dawned on us.
However, the difference is that these new seagulls are likely to interact like the crows added this season, a collection of game wildlife that has grown since it was first introduced in Chapter 2, Season 3. Is to be added to. Significantly expanded in Season 2, Chapter 2, Season 6, which focused on sharks, and later game hunting.
The seagull that appears in Chapter 3 as the next flying animal. They’re in one of Chapter 3’s concept art near the tropical / beach area, but when released exactly, they’re probably idk in Season 1.
— HYPEX (@HYPEX) November 27, 2021
The behavior of these seagulls is not yet known, but the guessing game has proven to be fun for the community. Wolves and sharks are predatory, but wild boars only attack if they get too close or fired. Chickens and frogs escape (and bounce) from the player. The latest Ravens often carry rare loot and can be previewed according to the color of their brilliance.
Some animals can be tamed to fight with you or provide food when killed. At least one player believes they may know what the seagulls do at Fortnite, and their speculation clearly stems from traumatic personal experience.
Wait a minute, what if they could steal your loot?
— Default 🐡 (@ Defaulting12) November 27, 2021
I’m not sure if this is correct yet, but it will bring fun variables to animal interactions in Fortnite. Imagine having to scare or kill a seagull before it can raid and request a random item from your inventory. However, for now, your guess is as good as anyone other than Epic Games. After the finale of Chapter 2 on December 4, when Chapter 3 begins, we need to learn about these seagulls and much more.
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