Fortnite Season 6 introduced crafting and wildlife to Fortnite. You can put the two together to tame animals that will fight by your side. That’s how.
Wildlife is among the new additions to Fortnite Season 6. They seem to have replaced NPC enemies like Marauders and IO Guards, and that’s a good thing for all players.
The island’s animals are integrated into the new production system. You can eliminate them for bones and meat, but you can also tame them and make them fight by your side.
Here’s how to tame wild boars, wolves, and chickens in Fortnite Season 6.
How to tame a wild boar and a wolf
Tame wolves and wild boars are very similar. You will need to find them and then feed one to bring it to your side.
Be aware that these animals generally breed in packs, especially wolves. You can tame one of them, but their friends will still want to kill you.
- Take Fruit for a wild boar or Meat for a wolf
- Throw food on the floor
- Let the wolf / boar eat
- Walk up and keep interact to complete the domestication process
Elaboration of a Hunter’s cloak It will make this process a bit easier as it allows you to sneak up on wildlife without aggravating the animals. To do this, you will need two bones and a piece of meat. You can obtain these materials from a dead boar, wolf, or chicken.
How to tame a chicken
As silly as they sound, chickens might be the most useful animal currently in Fortnite. They won’t deal any damage to your opponents, but you can use them in combination with a Spire blast or Shockwave Grenade to rotate the area.
Here’s how to tame a chicken in Fortnite Season 6:
- Find a chicken
- Catch up on the chicken on the run
- Press Interact to carry the Chicken on your head
- Jump to have an effect similar to the Globe in past seasons
We’ve seen some amazing rotation strategies with Chicken as they allow you to glide through the air, just like Balloons did in past Fortnite seasons. If you just want to tame one animal, chicken would be our choice.
Where to find animals in Fortnite season 6
Animals appear all over the map, but there is a greater concentration of them in the center and north of the island.
Frogs also spawn along rivers, but you can’t tame them. You’ll just want to remove Frogs for Bones and Stick Sacks that allow you to create the stink bomb bow.
With the rumors of Raptors coming to the game, we are confident that we will see more wildlife entering Fortnite as Season 6 progresses. We will update this article when more tame creatures arrive in Fortnite.
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