Fortnite Fortbyte 36 Location - How to Find the Frozen Island With Sentinel

Fortnite Fortbyte 36 Location - How to Find the Frozen Island With Sentinel

Here's how to get Fortbyte 36 in Fortnite, by Sentinel visiting a special frozen island.

Fortbytes have only just been added to Fortnite Battle Royale at the start of Season 9. Some are really easy to unlock, but others require you to visit a specific location in-game. In our Fortnite Fortbyte 36 guide, we'll be walking you through how to visit the frozen island with Sentinel in Fortnite as easily as possible.

Fortnite Sentinel Frozen Island Location

To undertake this challenge, you'll firstly need to have purchased the new Fortnite Season 9 Battle Pass. This is because to complete this challenge you need to be wearing the Sentinel skin, which can only be unlocked at tier 1 of the new Battle Pass.

The location of Fortbyte 36. | Hirun Cryer/USG, Epic

Once you're in-game, you need to visit the location that we've marked on the Fortnite map just above. This is a tiny island just a little bit south of Frosty Flights. Once you've reached the island while wearing the Sentinel skin, you'll find the Fortbyte waiting for you to be collected on the southern side of the island. Don't worry, it's pretty hard to miss.

Collect Fortbyte 36 on the frozen island. | Hirun Cryer/USG, Epic

When you've collected the Fortbyte from the island, you need to see out the remainder of the Fortnite match. You could simply dive off the side of the island and end the game then and there, and the Fortbyte will be counted as collected.

Remember that you won't be getting an actual reward for collecting this Fortbyte. Instead, you need to uncover all 100 of the Fortbytes to claim the reward item, whatever that may be. Head over to our Fortnite Fortbyte guide for more.

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