Fortnite Jaeger’s Family Basement Location

If you want to know where is the Jaeger Family Basement in Fortnite, look no further! The heavily anticipated Attack on Titan x Fortnite crossover event has just landed, and it’s stacked with excellent new content. And while new skins and weapons are exciting, secrets are even more thrilling! In this guide, we explain where to find Jaeger’s Family Basement in the Fortnite V24.20 update.

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Fortnite Jaeger’s Family Basement Location

Where to find Jaeger’s Family Basement in Fortnite

Attack on Titan Jaeger Family Basement is a brand new secret location in Fortnite. And you will probably want to find it as soon as possible. The official Attack on Titan x Fortnite crossover event announcement says, “Jaeger’s Family Basement has appeared on the Island! But just as this basement contains many secrets, its exact location in Anvil Square is a secret too. Find the location of this new nook in Anvil Square”. So, where is the basement?

As the announcement implies, the basement is at Anvil Square. Hence, you will need to head to the Anvil Square POI first. Once there, go to the southeast corner of Anvil Square. Once you know where to go, finding the exact location will be pretty easy. Check out our image below so that you know where exactly to look! The basement is in the house circled red in our image. It is a house on a plateau with a large porch and a yellow field around the house.

Enter the house through the porch on the east side of the building. Once inside, you’ll spot stone steps leading down to a wooden door. Enter through the door, and you will find Jaeger’s Family Basement! Inside, you will find a normal chest, some ground loot, and a Scout Regiment Footlocker, the one which contains either an ODM Gear or Thunder Spears. With that said, our guide is completed.

Where to find Jaeger's Family Basement in Fortnite
The location of the basement. (Click to Enlarge)
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