Fortnite Tilted Towers update
Ben Borthwick by on Jan 18, 2022

Fortnite welcomes back Tilted Towers and introduces the Klombos in latest update

Battle royale shooter Fortnite has dropped its latest update, bringing back the popular Tilted Towers POI to its latest map.

As part of the new v19.10 update, the snow has melted on the map to reveal a fan favourite location from one of the game’s original maps. The town including its iconic clock tower returns, of course. That’s as well as the under ground parking garage, apartments and more. It follows last week’s update, which saw tornadoes and storms added to the game.

The returning location isn’t the only new feature this update. Players will also come face to face with new enormous creatures called the Klombos wandering around the island. The huge and – initially – docile creatures can help squads traverse the map via their blowhole. Jump on via their tails, get to their heads and you’ll be launched across the map.

That’s not their only use either – they can spit out items after snacking for a bit. Though they’ll eat anything, their favourite foods are Klomberries. You’ll find these treats dotted around bushes on the island, and you can lead the Klombos around by throwing them out. You can also eat one yourself for a quick health boost.

Of course, if you’re feeling particularly brave/foolish, you can also provoke the Klombos to attack. They’re quite indiscriminate about who they go for when angered though, and will require a Klomberry to calm them down. There’s some other tweaks and changes too, of course – including the un-vaulting of the Grenade Launcher. It’s had a few tweaks though, with projectiles now exploding after a single bounce.

The v19.10 patch including the return of Tilted Towers is available in Fortnite right now. You can read the full patch notes over on the Fortnite website.




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