It's been a relatively quiet period in Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 3, primarily because the entire Epic Games had been on a three weeks summer holiday. However, things are beginning to look better since the team is back and is rolling new updates for the game.
The latest weekly reset unvaulted a fan-favorite throwable called Junk Rift. If you haven't used it before in Fortnite, here's our guide that will tell you everything about it, including details on where to find the Junk Rift and how to use it.
Where to find Junk Rift in Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 3
Junk Rift is an Epic throwable in Fortnite. Like Rift-To-Go, it opens up a rift in the sky, but for a completely different purpose.
Junk Rift can be used to tear up the sky and throw down junk on the enemy's head to do 200 damage. It also does 100 shock damage to enemies caught in its proximity. Every time you use a Junk Rift, it will throw down random items though the damage output remains the same.
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Junk Rift in Fortnite is part of the ground loot, which means you can find it anywhere and everywhere in the Chapter 3 Season 3 map. Look for it in chests and buildings.
You might also find it lying on the road or loot it off from other players. In short, there's no particular place to find Junk Rift.
How to use Junk Rift in Fortnite
As mentioned before, Junk Rift is a throwable item in Fortnite. To use it, simply throw it on the floor and let the magic happen. You can use it to obliterate enemies hiding in buildings, structures, or bushes. Just make sure not to get caught on its radar, or you'll end up damaging or killing yourself.
Either way, it's a fun tool that you should take advantage of in the battle royale before Epic decides to vault it again.
That's everything you need to know about Junk Rift in Fortnite.
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