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Leaky Lake (temporary version of Loot Lake) was a named Point Of Interest in Battle Royale added in Season 6, located inside the coordinates D4, E4 and E5, southeast of Pleasant Park, north of Tilted Towers, north-west of Dusty Divot, south-west of Lazy Links, and east of Snobby Shores. It was a lake which originally had a giant Floating Island with Loot Lake's center house at the top of it. The lake was surrounded by boats, houses and two factory buildings at the shore. Leaky Lake was renamed back to Loot Lake with the release of Season 7.


On an earlier version of the Season 6 map, v6.20, Leaky Lake was a lake with a giant maelstorm and had spawned a Floating Island with the lake's center house at the top of it. Leaky Lake had a whirlpool that outputted a tornado at the center of the lake, with some rusty cars, pipes, and rocks surrounding it. Attempting to jump into the tornado would result in the player being pushed away, allowing them to deploy their glider.

The Floating Island began to move two days to each of the Corrupted Areas after the release of Season 6. Within a few weeks it returned back to its home, and to kick off Fortnitemares, the CUBE ripped the Floating Island into three parts.

This is what Leaky Lake first looked like before the Cube Event.

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    Leaky Lake's initial appearance  (Map ver. 6)

At the end of Fortnitemares 2018, which saw the destruction of the Cube and Loot Lake's original island, Leaky Lake significantly changed. The lake now contains multiple, smaller islands, with the center island containing 7 Stonehenge-shaped remains of the CUBE. The vortex that levitates players into the sky has also ceased to appear.

Upon the release of Season 7, the name was changed back to Loot Lake, which was the name from Pre-Season 1 to Season 5.

Points and Sublocations

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South Factory

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Treasure chest (tier 1).png  Treasure Chest:   ground level of the South Factory
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Treasure chest (tier 1).png  Treasure Chest:   third level of the South Factory
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Treasure chest (tier 1).png  Treasure Chest:   inside the Steel Cage
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North Factory

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Treasure chest (tier 1).png  Treasure Chest:   second level of the North Factory, on top of wood piles
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Modern House

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Treasure chest (tier 1).png  Treasure Chest:   garage of the Modern House
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Boat House

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Treasure chest (tier 1).png  Treasure Chest:   inside the boat house
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Treasure chest (tier 1).png  Treasure Chest:   on the top level of watchtower
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Treasure chest (tier 1).png  Treasure Chest:   on the side of the campsite tent
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Map Changes



  • The floating island has re-entered the airspace of the lake.
  • The floating island has began to draw power from the vortex in the lake and create a portal in the sky.
  • October 22: The portal in the sky has continued to grow.


  • The floating island has been blown up by the CUBE and is now in three pieces.
  • The pieces of the CUBE that have been growing on the house have been scattered across the map and are summoning Cube Monsters.
  • October 26: The CUBE has started to develop cracks in it.

The Butterfly Event

Cracked CUBE

  • November 4th: The CUBE teleported everyone in the island into a strange subspace called The Inbetween, and the CUBE broke into pieces. The Floating Island is gone and Leaky Lake spawned one center island surrounded by multiple small islands and with the Rainbow beneath it.




  • Throughout Season 6, Leaky Lake would appear unnamed.
  • Leaky Lake was one of the shortest lived named POIs, the first being Starry Suburbs. Leaky Lake lasted for the entirety of Season 6, although it wasn’t named for most of it.
  • Leaky Lake is the only different variation of Loot Lake to get a different name.