Rocket League’s Octane vehicle has finally made its way into Battle Royale mode in Fortnite, meaning you can zoom around the Island while taking out opponents. Here’s where to find one.
Fortnite is known for its endless list of high-profile crossovers and collaborations, so it’s not too surprising to see one of the iconic vehicles from Rocket League make its way into the game.
The default Octane car first appeared in Creative mode back in Fortnite v22.10, but following the v22.40 update, it’s now available to find and drive in the game’s main Battle Royale mode.
If you’re struggling to find an Octane car, we’ve got all their locations marked on a map below.
Here are some of the locations you can find an Octane car in Fortnite:
As you can see, there are quite a few Octane cars spread around the Island, and the good news is that they seem to spawn in the same locations each match, which makes them a lot easier to find.
You can also see these locations marked on the map (courtesy of fortnite.gg) below:
You can drive an Octane in the same way you’d drive any other car in Fortnite, although there are some key differences that make it stand out.
The Octane has rocket boosters built in so you can get a speed boost across the Island, which is perfect for escaping the Storm, and it also allows you to double jump, dodge, and do tricks in mid-air.
Finally, the Octane car has the ability to drive up walls. If you’ve ever used the Chonkers Off-Road Tires modification on a vehicle in Fortnite then you’ll already know how this works.
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