All OG weapons, items, and locations in Fortnite Reload

Nathan Warby
Fortnite Reload cover art

Epic Games released Fortnite Reload on June 22, bringing back iconic loot and weapons, as well as map locations, from previous Chapters. All this is bundled together onto a smaller island with respawns enabled for the first portion of the match, similar to Warzone’s Resurgence mode.

If you’re hopping into the mode and want to know which OG POIs and items are included, then here’s everything you need to know.

Loot pool

Assault Rifles

Green Assault Rifle in Fortnite Reload
The OG AR is back in Fortnite Reload.
  • Assault Rifle
  • Hammer Assault Rifle
  • Heavy Assault Rifle
  • Infantry Rifle


  • Tactical Shotgun
  • Lever Action Shotgun
  • Pump Shotgun
  • Ranger Shotgun


  • Tactical Submachine Gun
  • Submachine Gun
  • Stinger SMG
Tactical SMG in Fortnite Reload

Sniper Rifles

  • Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle
  • Hunting Rifle


Fortnite player looting Pistol
  • Revolver
  • Pistol
  • Hand Cannon


  • Rocket Launcher

Movement items

Shockwave Grenade
Reload also features utility items like Shockwave Grenades.
  • Grappler
  • Crash Pad Jr
  • Shockwave Grenade


  • Midas’ Drum Gun
  • Skye’s Assault Rifle
  • Jules’ Glider Gun
  • Gunnar’s Stinger SMG
  • Foundation’s MK-Seven Assault Rifle
  • Slone’s Burst Assault Rifle
  • Mythic Goldfish
  • Ocean’s Bottomless Chug Jug

Heisted Weapons

  • Accelerant Shotgun
  • Breacher Shotgun
  • Explosive Assault Rifle
  • Blink Mag SMG
  • Run ‘N’ Gun SMG

All of the weapons listed above from Assault Rifles down to the Rocket Launcher come in five different rarities; Common (Grey), Uncommon (Green), Rare (Blue), Epic (Purple), and Legendary (Gold). Each tier gradually increases both the damage and reload speed of the weapon.

Meanwhile, the movement items, Mythics, and Heisted weapons are limited to just one type, so you don’t have to worry about finding a better version of them. Utility items like the Grappler come as Epic (Legendary), by default, while the other two are rarities in their own right.

The loot pool is a greatest hits of Fortnite’s most iconic weapons and items, taken from as early as Chapter 1 and as recently as Chapter 4.

Map and all locations

Screenshot of Fortnite Reload map with all named POIs
Reload’s map combines a number of iconic POIs.
  • Dusty Docks
  • Lazy Laps
  • Lil’ Loot Lake
  • Lone Lodge
  • Pleasant Park
  • Retails Row
  • Sandy Sheets
  • Snobby Shoals
  • Tilted Towers

There are nine different named POIs on the Fortnite Reload map, all of which fans will recognize from past eras of the game. The likes of Retail Row and Pleasant Park were part of the OG map all the way back in 2017, while Tilted Towers and others were added throughout Chapter 1 and Chapter 2.

Not every location is exactly how you’ll remember, though, as some have been altered to fit the smaller island. For example, Lonely Lodge and Loot Lake have been condensed into Lone Lodge and Lil’ Loot Lake respectively, while Dusty Docks is a combination of Dirty Docks and Dusty Depot.

Fortnite Reload seems to be a permanent addition to the game’s lineup of modes, so we’re expecting to see map and loot pool evolve over time. So, we’ll be sure to update this page with any changes as soon as they’re live.

The next major update on the cards is Chapter 5 Season 4, which is set to be another Marvel season according to the leaked roadmap, so this could be the ideal time for the devs to give this new mode and overhaul.