Fortnite Choppa Spawn Locations: Where to Find a Helicopter in Chapter 3 Season 2

Find out the easiest way to get your hands on a Choppa in Fortnite!

by Shaun Cichacki

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For those that have been playing Fornite through its newest chapter, you’ll have experienced a long, unwinding story of the war between two factions. You’ve been helping The Seven out throughout the past few weeks, you’ve been doing everything you can to help them thwart the plans of the IO Forces, making sure that they cannot unleash Doomsday upon the land.

However, it looks like the IO Forces are getting closer and closer to making this plan a reality, so you may need to call in some backup. Thankfully, Fortnite has unvaulted the Choppa, allowing you to cover massive amounts of land quickly, and get some extra work done. We’ll be taking a look as to where you’ll be able to find them, and what you’ll need to do to get a ride in one of these sweet machines, so let’s get right into it!

Get to the Choppa!

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If you’re looking to get your hands on a Choppa during a match of Fortnite, you’ll need to make your way to one of The Seven Outposts that are scattered around the map. You’ll be able to find any of those outposts near the edge of the map, so you’ll need to make sure that you’re dropping near these locations, or that you’re able to make your way to those locations quickly to secure one of these highly coveted vehicles.

If you’re working on completing as many quests as possible, you’ll also find that you’ll need to get a Choppa sooner than later, as well. There is a seasonal quest that requires you to travel 1,000 meters in a Choppa. You’ll be granted a 20,000XP reward for completing this, so you’ll get an excellent way to traverse the map, as well as a great way to get your hands on a large amount of XP, which is great as the season is coming to a close, and a new Battle Pass is on the horizon.

While the Choppa doesn’t have any offensive capabilities, besides the fact that you’ll be able to bring a squadmate along with that has some firepower, it’s a great way to make your way through the world as quickly as possible, and avoid fights if you need to get supplies. And if you’re playing in No Build Mode, you won’t need to worry about someone throwing up a building in a matter of seconds to take you down from the skies quickly.

Fortnite is available now on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Nintendo Switch, and Mobile devices.

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