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The Fortnite Cube Is Dead, And Loot Lake Has Turned Purple

27 days ago   |   By GameSpot

Where past seasons of Fortnite have had the comet and rifts to keep an eye on, the lead up to Season 6 has been headlined by the cube. The giant, mysterious purple object appeared after a lightning strike partway through Season 5, and eventually it began moving around the map at fixed intervals. As predicted, it's ultimately made its way to Loot Lake and sank or melted into the water. The long-term effects of this and what it portends for Season 6 are unclear, but it does have one immediate, very noticeable effect. The water in Loot Lake has turned distinctly purple, a change that's easily...
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Fortnite purple cube transforms Loot Lake into giant bounce pad

Fortnite purple cube transforms Loot Lake into giant bounce pad

27 days ago   |   By SlashGear

The giant purple cube in Epic Games' hit battle royale game Fortnite has apparently reached its destination, a spot many fans had guessed would be the final resting place: Loot Lake. The map's giant lake, home to small islands and an isolated house, is now a giant, gelatinous blob of purple bouncy magic. Fortnite fans watched the cube with great...
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The Fortnite cube finally does something, turns Loot Lake into bouncy lake - CNET

The Fortnite cube finally does something, turns Loot Lake into bouncy lake - CNET

27 days ago   |   By CNET

The giant purple cube has finally reached its final destination.
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Fortnite's Cube Just Went Into Loot Lake Before Season 6. Now What?

Fortnite's Cube Just Went Into Loot Lake Before Season 6. Now What?

27 days ago   |   By GameSpot

The saga of the mysterious cube in Fortnite : Battle Royale continues. After destroying a newer building in Tilted Towers, the cube-as fans predicted-has made its way to Loot Lake. There, it sank or melt into the water, altering the makeup of the entire area but without indicating exactly what's next for the game or Season 6. As shown in the video below from YouTube user Laytxn , the slow march of the cube saw its next roll send it into the lake. It begins to emanate a sort of purple shroud into the nearby water, and after a brief moment where it seems as if it may float, it instead slowly...
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Fortnite's mysterious purple cube has created a strange, bouncy lake

Fortnite's mysterious purple cube has created a strange, bouncy lake

27 days ago   |   By The Verge

We finally know what happens when a mysterious purple cube comes in contact with water. Fortnite 's cube, which has been traveling across the game's island since late August , just dropped into the scenic Loot Lake, and it's completely transformed the location. The cube is nowhere to be seen; instead, the lake is a huge bouncy pad, rendered in the same bright shade of purple as the cube. You can see it immediately when you drop onto the island.
This isn't the first impact the cube has had on the island. Since it started moving, the cube has created a number of anti-gravity fields, left a...
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Fortnite's Cube Just Sank Into Loot Lake. Now What?

Fortnite's Cube Just Sank Into Loot Lake. Now What?

27 days ago   |   By GameSpot

The saga of the mysterious cube in Fortnite : Battle Royale continues. After destroying a newer building in Tilted Towers, the cube-as fans predicted-has made its way to Loot Lake. As shown in the video below from YouTube user Laytxn , the slow march of the cube saw its next roll send it into the lake. It begins to emanate a sort of purple shroud into the nearby water, and after a brief moment where it seems as if it may float, it instead slowly sinks. As this happens, Loot Lake begins to turn purple, and it now has the same bounce properties the cube itself did. The slow descent of the...
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Fortnite Cube Falls Into Loot Lake, Creates Giant Bounce Field

27 days ago   |   By IGN

Fortnite's mysterious cube has plunged into the depths of Loot Lake where it quickly dissolved and turned the entire lake into one giant bounce field.
The cube has been on the move since it first zapped onto the map back on August 24th. Shortly after it's emergence, the cube has been turning on its side once after a set time interval with recent movements set at every 27 minutes. The cube started in the desert biome and made its way through Fatal Fields, Wailing Woods, Tilted Towers, and a number of other locations.
All these changes come just a week before Season 5 comes to a close...
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Fortnite's Cube: Could Loot Lake Become Lava Lake?

27 days ago   |   By Forbes

The dominant theory about Fortnite's cube is that it's going to destroy Loot Lake, perhaps turning it into 'Lava Lake.'
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