Fortnite Season 3 Cars

Since the release of Fortnite season 3, players have been waiting to be able to drive cars in Fortnite. Once the water levels drop, roads will appear on the map. Water levels first dropped yesterday in the patch, and some locations such as locations include Angry Accumulations are now free of water.

In the Fortnite v13.00 and v13.20 updates, we have a number of files related to Fortnite cars and how they will work. You can see them below: All the previous Fortnite cars were seen in the video presentation of the season 3 game, and it seems that these will be the four cars that players will be able to drive.

The statistics of these cars were also leaked. These cars have different health apparently, and while they haven’t leaked, some of these cars will likely be faster than the other. The statistics for these cars are as follows:

Contents List

Fuel Capacity of Cars In Fortnite:

Truck

  • Max Fuel Capacity: 100
  • Fuel Per Second when driving: 0.333
  • Fuel Per Second when boosting: 10
  • Min Fuel at spawn: 80
  • Max Fuel at spawn: 100

Small Car

  • Max Fuel Capacity: 100
  • Fuel Per Second when driving: 0.375
  • Fuel Per Second when boosting: 5
  • Min Fuel at spawn: 40
  • Max Fuel at spawn: 100

Medium Car

  • Max Fuel Capacity: 100
  • Fuel Per Second when driving: 0.5
  • Fuel Per Second when boosting: 5
  • Min Fuel at spawn: 40
  • Max Fuel at spawn: 100

Large Car

  • Max Fuel Capacity: 150
  • Fuel Per Second when driving: 0.75
  • Fuel Per Second when boosting: 9
  • Min Fuel at spawn: 50
  • Max Fuel at spawn: 150

Conclusion

Fortnite shows that the lower the water with the more roads available, the more cars will Spawn in-game. By July 21, the water level on the map will have dropped considerably, which should allow enough roads and hills to emerge for us to turn Fortnite into a replica of Fast and Furious.

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