Where to find Fortnite Runaway Boulders

Fortnite Runaway Boulders are a new interactable object you’ll find in Battle Royale, providing a physics-based threat that you can let loose to wreak havoc on your opponents. Destroy the rock pile that a boulder sits on and you’ll send it tumbling down the nearest slope in a Wile E. Coyote-esque attempt to catch out your enemy, though hitting a specific target intentionally isn’t exactly easy – you can’t really aim these things! The main reason you’ll want to know about these harmful hunks of rock is that they feature in a couple of Fortnite quests. If you’re looking for the Fortnite Runaway Boulders locations and need to dislodge a few with a Baller or a melee weapon, we’ve got you covered.

Fortnite Runaway Boulders locations

Fortnite Runaway Boulders

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You’ll generally find Fortnite Runaway Boulders up on mountains or tall hillsides, which makes sense as they need somewhere to roll down once they’ve been released. We’ve marked a number of their locations that we’ve encountered on the Fortnite map above, and although this isn’t intended to be an exhaustive list, it does provide you with a decent number of options to choose from. If you’re looking for prime positions, there are several Fortnite Runaway Boulders locations on top of Rave Cave, and a grouping around Seven Outpost II in the mountains to the northwest of the island.

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