Falcon Scout in Fortnite: Where to find & how to use
Learn everything you need to know about the new Falcon Scout item in Fortnite, including where to find it and how to use it.
Fortnite patch v23.20 is here, and there’s a shiny new gadget on the island. Dubbed the “Falcon Scout,” this new item is a drone you can pilot in-game. It offers various abilities worth understanding. You can use it to your advantage as you pursue those Victory Royales.
Here’s everything you need to know about Fortnite’s new Falcon Scout item.
Where can I find the new Falcon Scout in Fortnite?
Finding one of these items is relatively easy. They spawn in regular Chests, Oathbound Chests, Supply Drops, and on the ground. Additionally, don’t forget to check the loot of players that you eliminate. One of your opponents could certainly drop one. After acquiring the gadget, the next step is understanding how best to use it.
How to use the new drone item in Fortnite
The Falcon Scout is quite a robust item compared to others we have seen in Fortnite. Marvel fans might equate it to The Falcon’s Redwing gadget.
Marking players with the Falcon Scout
To pilot the Falcon Scout, you must press the primary fire button. Then, you have many options: scanning for enemies, pinging and placing markers, picking up items, Reboot Cards, and downed players. First, you can check the immediate area by using your attack button. The radius covers a sizable distance, which is a beneficial feature.
Carrying a Flopper with the Falcon Scout
Another function allows you to ping and place markers, which you can do by clicking the scroll wheel or left on the D-pad. The final and perhaps most crucial is the ability to pick up items, Reboot Cards, and knocked players. You can do this by pressing the “F” key on the default settings.
The Falcon Scout also offers a speed boost via the sprint key, allowing you to evade enemy fire. However, it’s worth noting that the gadget will stop working if fired upon by enemies or goes out of range.
Overall, this is a unique addition to Fortnite Battle Royale and worth exploring.
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Matthew "MJP" Pryor
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Matt “MJP” Pryor began following esports in 2008 when Halo 3 was on top of the world. He is now a Fortnite fanatic who has watched the game’s casual and competitive development since the 2019 Fortnite World Cup. Matt plays the game often while reporting on everything from skin collaborations to tournaments and everything in between.