Weeping Woods Returns in Fortnite Map Update

Weeping Woods is among the old POIs revealed after the latest Fortnite water level recession.
Weeping Woods is among the old POIs revealed after the latest Fortnite water level recession. | Courtesy of Epic Games

The water level on Fortnite's map continues to drop, and the latest change has brought Weeping Woods and several other locations back into the playable area.

Newly revealed after Friday's Fortnite update, Weeping Woods is much as it was before the water swallowed it up. The same is true of Dirty Docks, Slurpy Swamp, The Shark, and Sweaty Sands, each of which has continued to rise out of the water as the season has progressed.

The loot boat that had circled the Fortilla has disappeared, likely because the water on which it ran continues to disappear. The wall at The Authority is now higher relative to ground level because of the decrease in water.

The leaked Atlantis point of interest is also nearing the surface, as players report palm trees sprouting around where it is expected to be found.

The next water level drop, which will continue to reveal points of interest both old and new, is expected July 27.