Where to find Fortnite E-11 Blasters and Star Wars weapons

Fortnite Star Wars weapons are back in the battle royale again, with Fortnite E-11 Blasters being the main gun you’ll be able to get your hands on, though a rare lightsaber can also be collected from a particular NPC. You’ll find these weapons in and around Imperial Docking Bays, which are important locations for a number of the Fortnite quests that are currently running. You can acquire them through combat or peaceful means, and we’ve got the lowdown on all of the Fortnite Star Wars weapons locations for whichever approach you prefer.

Fortnite Imperial Docking Bays locations

Fortnite Star Wars weapons

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There are now a total of five Fortnite Imperial Docking Bays found across the island, which are useful for a number of Star Wars-themed quests. We’ve tagged them all on the Fortnite map above, and have a further description for where each of them are located:

  • Imperial Docking Bay Vega: Northwest of Sleepy Sound
  • Imperial Docking Bay Alpha: West of Logjam Lotus
  • Imperial Docking Bay Deimos: Southwest of Coney Crossroads
  • Imperial Docking Bay Eclipse: Southeast of Greasy Grove
  • Imperial Docking Bay Radar: Northeast of The Joneses

Look at the first letters for each of those codenames and what do they spell out? VADER, of course! The reason for this will become clear shortly.

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