A Fortnite Burger Sign has Appeared in a California Desert

A Fortnite Burger Sign has Appeared in a California Desert

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LizardRock by LizardRock on Jul 09, 2018 @ 08:35 AM (Staff Bios)
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Fan speculation has been revving at full speed with the many dimensional rifts opening up around the Fortnite map. This has included the loss of in-game structures, like hotel signs and tomato heads. Until now, when a 10-foot burger arrived in a desert in California.

On Friday, Twitter user selashiloni discovered a large replica of the Durr Burger sign in Llano, California. They provided video footage of its authenticity. Durr Burger is a burger location present in the Fortnite map. The 3D model was recently consumed by a nearby dimensional rift.

Additionally, other cartoonish items appeared in the area. This includes a sign that reads "If you can read this you're in range of the anomaly," and a 1980s style police vehicle.

As players flocked to the location to see for themselves, a man appeared sporting a creative outfit, surveying equipment, and business cards. One side of the card read "Agent #3678" while the back listed the phone number 712-380-4091. Should you call in, you'd hear the sound of a new object being sucked into a rift. You can press the asterisk (*) key to dial an extension, but no one has figured out which one.

All of this is undoubtedly in relation to the upcoming Season 5 of Fortnite. Each season has featured bizarre lore and creative map changes, this is no exception. We'll just have to wait and see what this all adds up to.

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