Update 20.40 of Fortnite has introduced a brand-new point of interest called The Collider which has been a topic of speculations among players since it first got announced. According to these speculations, The Collider will become the new base of locations for the Imagine Order, and it turns out these speculations are right.
Let’s have a look at what this new location is and what changes it brings to the table.
The Collider | New Boss Location and Map Change in Fortnite
As mentioned, The Collider is a brand-new point of interest that’s located dead center on the island, just right off the coast of Loot Lake. It’s also considered IO territory as a lot of IO bosses, Huntmaster Saber and Doctor Slone included, chose to relocate to this area.
Since this is also where IO’s Doomsday Device is housed, it’s safe to assume that will soon become the stage for Fortnite’s live event by the end of the current season.
As a new POI, The Collider features tons of lots as well as IO Supply Chests which can you find all throughout the area. However, since it has also become home to lots of IO bosses and troops, getting these loots won’t be that easy.
What’s amazing about this location is that you can find lots of Fortnite Ascenders, IO Launch Pads, and Fortnite Siege Cannons just about everywhere. This means that you can move around the area with ease.
As of now, however, speculations regarding The Collider becoming the stage for the Live Event by the end of Season 2 will still remain as speculations until further updates have been released.
Spellforce Conquest Of Eo: ALL City Location Guide
Angels watch over this town!
If you know where you stand but not where the enemy is then that means two things: You’re lost and you have a poor sense of direction. Next thing you know the enemy is right at the base of your tower because someone left the backdoor open for them. Knowing is half the battle after all. Well, that’s according to countless people who happen to have internet access at least. So how do you navigate around Eo without getting lost? Simple, remember where all the major cities are located! If you’ve missed a few places then don’t worry we’ll give the map another look.
SpellForce: Conquest of Eo | All City Location Guide
In this guide we’ll list down every city you’ll come into contact with. Each place comes with its own quests, rewards, units, and blueprints that you will need to benefit your campaign.
If you start in one of the recommended areas which is Goldenfields then the first city you will discover should be the City of Lyraine. You can find that on the right side, if you reach maximum friendship here you will unlock the Human Barracks.
Take a left turn however while going northwards and you will find Sevenkeeps. There should be a quest here that lets you recruit either Dwarves or Elves upon completion.
Head further up north past Stoneblade Peaks and you will end up in Silver Drift Hollow. They don’t offer any recruits but they do offer you Adamantium for a price once you get to know each other better. If you’re looking for another place that has Adamantium then go to The Heart of the Hollow. You can find that place if you go north again coming from Silver Drift Hollow.
Next is Bastion, you’ll find this place in Westguard to the left of Sevenkeeps. Head directly south from here and you will shortly arrive in Orgash. This is the place to go if you’re in the market for Orc units, you can also unlock the Orc Barracks here once you befriend its inhabitants.
Depending on where or how your exploration goes you will find the town of Alluvyan next. It’s right in the middle of Sevenkeeps and Bastion. You can’t miss it as it’s sitting in the middle of a lake.
The next place you can stumble upon is Connach in Southwatch. You can find this place by heading south from the City of Lyraine. Reaching maximum friendship with them will get you the Shop building for your tower.
Coming from Connach you can navigate around Rushwater Downs and beyond that you will find Audale. Reaching maximum friendship with these people unlocks the Warriors Hall for your tower.
Again go north from Audale and you will find the two Dwarf towns of Grey Dusk Vale and Windholme. Another place worth mentioning is Uram Gor but it’s an abandoned Dwarf town so there’s really nothing to see or do there. Paying the place a visit won’t hurt so just head south from Audale and go left from there.
And with that you’re now more familiar with the cities you can find around Eo. Now head on out there and see what lies in store for you!