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Fortnite Battle Royale players are full of questions after the Fortnite cube mysteriously appeared on the map last week.

The Fortnite cube spawned in the spot that lightning which was being fired from the Rift was hitting in Paradise Palms.

When the Fortnite cube appeared it also signalled the closing up of the Rift that has been in the Battle Royale sky since the season 4 rocket launch.

And since then the Fortnite cube has been moving around the Battle Royale map, taking a step every one hour and 43 minutes.

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At the time of writing the Fortnite cube is in square C7 on the Battle Royale map near Greasy Grove with fans left wondering where it is moving to.

It has been rumoured that the Fortnite cube is heading towards a lake where it will end up activating.

The obvious location that springs to mind is Loot Lake, and previous rumours have claimed a pyramid will emerge from this spot during Fortnite season 5.

Could the Fortnite cube and the emergence of the Loot Lake pyramid be linked together?

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Either way, it looks like fans will be waiting awhile till they actually see the Fortnite cube turn on by this rumoured destination.

On Wednesday the Fortnite cube broke new ground and did something for the first time since appearing.

The Fortnite cube on that day after taking a step left a mysterious purple rune burned into the ground.

The Fortnite Battle Royale Leaks Twitter account said this will happen six more times before the Fortnite cube finally activates - possibly by a lake.

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