Restoring your health at a hot spring in Fortnite is one of the seasonal challenges in Chapter 4, Season 2. It is one of the riskiest challenges because hot springs are quite exposed and entering them with damaged health can put you in danger.
That said, as it’s one of Fortnite’s seasonal challenges, it’s always worth a try. Even when the challenge has been completed, if you find yourself in trouble and without medical supplies, the hot springs can be your lifesaver.
Without further ado, we’ll show you all the hot spring locations in Fortnite and how to use them to restore your health.
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All hot spring locations in Fortnite
Fortunately, all of Fortnite’s hot springs are located in Steamy Springs. Each hot spring is close to each other in this area and we have marked them all on the map below.
You can tell which bodies of water are hot springs when you walk towards them, as some will be bubbling and all will have cloudy water. It is easy to distinguish them from normal bodies of water because they are clear.
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How to use a hot spring to restore health in Fortnite
To complete this seasonal challenge, you must find a hot spring and restore your health in it. To do this, you must have a damaged health bar and swim in one of the hot springs to restore your health.
Your health will recover little by little while you are in the hot springs, but be careful as they are quite open and you will be vulnerable while you are in them.
Now that you know how to complete this seasonal challenge, you can continue fighting other players for supremacy in Fortnite.
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