Fortnite Chrome Splash is a new, interesting item introduced in Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 4. When used on yourself, it turns you chromed for a short period of time, allowing you to sprint faster while in blob form. This item, on the other hand, can be used if thrown on other objects, such as walls. This guide will provide all relevant information about Fortnite’s brand-new Chrome Splash, as well as some tips and strategies.
Fortnite Chrome Splash: Where to Find Them?
Chrome Splashes abound in Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 4. You can find them while exploring the map, in chests, and even by destroying chromed structures, just like you would wood, stone, or metal structures. Because chrome is almost everywhere on the island, you should have no trouble obtaining these items.
If you can’t find them anywhere, talk to Maximillian, an NPC on a floating platform between Shifty Shafts and Coney Crossroads, near the lake, just below the main road. He’ll sell you a pair of Chrome Splashes for 250 gold each. For the exact location of this NPC, refer to the map below and look for the blue place marker.
How to Use Chrome Splashes
Chrome Splashes are a new Epic item that has been added to Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 4. You can carry up to eight of them at once and use them to attack yourself, your teammates, or buildings. In the first scenario, you (or your allies) will become chromed and fireproof. You will also be able to transform into a blob that sprints and dashes faster but cannot attack. You will pass through a wall if you dash towards it. The dash, on the other hand, depletes your stamina, so use it wisely.
You will also be immune to fall damage while in the blob form. If you are hit by another player, you will revert to your normal yet chromed form until the effect of this Epic item wears off. In fact, the Chrome Splash’s effect on you and your teammates will not last forever. You will only be in this state for a little more than 30 seconds.
Let us now discuss the impact of the Chrome Splash on buildings. Even if you are not in the chromed form, launching this item against a wall allows you to pass through it and reach the other room in a matter of seconds without having to destroy it with your handaxe. However, in this case, you can only jump through vertical walls, not floors or ceilings. The structural effect is permanent. Furthermore, Chrome Splashes in Fortnite can be used on cars, for example, and they will become fire resistant.
You can use the Chrome Splash on yourself to get out of the Storm faster and also to get out of any difficult situation. You can activate it while in combat to become immune to fire damage, so any Grenade or Firefly Jar thrown by enemies will not affect you.
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