Fortnite Thunder Spears, How to Get & Use

Not sure how to get Thunder Spears in the Fortnite V24.20 update? You’ve come to the right place! The highly anticipated Attack on Titan x Fortnite crossover has finally kicked off, to the delight of fans worldwide. In this guide, we explain how to use Thunder Spears and where to find them in Fortnite.

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Fortnite Thunder Spears, How to Get & Use

How to Get and Use Fortnite Thunder Spears in AOT Update

The Attack on Titan Fortnite update is finally here, and it comes filled to the brim with exciting new content. Fans of one of the most popular anime and manga series in the world are in for a treat! You will be able to grab Captain Levi and Mikasa Ackermann Outfits in the Item Shop or unlock the Eren Jaeger Outfit via your current battle pass. And if that’s not exciting enough for you, there’s more! As is usual with these kinds of crossover events, cosmetics are not the only thing added to the game. Rather, there are always some time-limited gameplay changes themed around the franchise featured in the crossover. And this time around, players will be able to use ODM Gear and Thunder Spears in the battle royale. You will be able to find Fortnite Thunder Spears in three locations:

  • Retrievable from the ground.
  • You can find them in Chests.
  • Scout Regiment Footlockers is also a place to look for one.

These unique weapons are described as “arm-launched rockets”, which are “designed to penetrate armoured structures, detonating to damage enemies on both sides”. Hence, be careful when using them, as you can accidentally damage yourself. With that said, that’s about all you need to know about Fortnite Thunder Spears in the Attack on Titan Fortnite update. Good luck and have fun! And while you are here, check out the latest active Fortnite codes!

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