Exotic items have returned in Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 4. Learn where you can find every Exotic weapon and item this season.

First introduced in Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 5, the Exotic rarity typically centers around an upgraded version of familiar weapons or items. As a result, the Exotics carry unique properties. For example, the Shadow Tracker is a Silenced Pistol, but it marks your opponent when fired at them.

Today, we’ll explain where you can purchase every Exotic weapon and item in Fortnite Season 4. Additionally, you’ll learn how much each weapon costs.

Fortnite Season 4 Exotic weapon locations & costs

Fortnite Season 4 Exotic map
Fortnite Exotic weapon map via Fortnite.GG

There are four items in Fortnite Season 4; the Boom Sniper Rifle, Shadow Tracker, The Dub, and Chug Cannon. Remember, the Chug Cannon is a healing item, whereas the other three are weapons. Also, you can only purchase Exotic items from non-player characters (NPCs) that roam certain Fortnite Season 4 island areas. 

To purchase the items, head to any locations marked on the map above from Fortnite.GG. Once there, you can initiate a dialogue with the character and purchase the desired Exotic weapon in Fortnite Season 4.

Here is a list of the Exotic items this season, how much they cost, and which NPC you can purchase them from:

Boom Sniper Rifle
Boom Sniper location
Chug Cannon Exotic Fortnite Season 4
Chug Cannon location
Shadow Tracket
Shadow Tracker location
The Dub Exotic Fortnite Season 4
The Dub location
  • Boom Sniper Rifle – Sold by Rustler at Shifty Shafts for 600 gold
  • Shadow Tracker – Sold by Sunbird at The Temple for 400 gold
  • Chug Cannon – Sold by Kyle at The Chop Shop for 600 gold
  • The Dub – Sold by Mancake at Rocky Reels for 600 gold

While gimmicky, the Exotic weapons are fun to use in Fortnite Battle Royale public matches. Furthermore, the Chug Cannon is helpful in certain situations, but it occupies two inventory slots. Be sure to drop into Fortnite and try these items out; make sure you bring your wallet.

It’s unclear whether Epic Games will add or remove these items in Fortnite Season 4. Stay tuned for more information throughout Season 4. Until then, check out our other Fortnite guides, including ones covering NPCs, The Herald boss, Chrome Splashes, and patch notes.

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