3 things we wish didn’t get vaulted for Chapter 3, Season 4

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Fortnite has once again vaulted some beloved items.

It’s a sad reality that with each new season of Fornite, things we loved using are going to get vaulted. It’s just the way things go. While we do lose items and weapons we love from time to time, we also lose items and weapons we dislike as well.

It’s one of the reasons that Fortnite’s vaulting process is so much fun to look forward to, as we genuinely have no idea what is going on and what is staying. Finding out the day of a new season or chapter is one of the best parts of being a Fortnite fan.

Yet that doesn’t mean we’re always happy with the end results. Fortnite Chapter 3, Season 4 got rid of a lot of items we were tired of using or were tired of having used against us, but we also lost out on things we liked.

Here are three things we wish didn’t get vaulted.

Three items we wished didn’t get vaulted for Chapter 3, Season 4


Losing the Klomberries was an issue on two fronts. First, it was one of the best health items in the game, and you could stack those suckers on top of one another. They were quickly consumed and were always in ample supply when found. So for a simple practical reason, losing them sucked. Yet, their departure also meant Klombo wasn’t returning anytime soon and we miss our dinosaur friend.

Zero Point Fish

The Zero Point Fish was one of the better items in the game, but you’d hardly be able to find more than one at a time. After consuming the fish, you could then dart across the map at a much quicker rate, seemingly teleporting short distances ahead of you.

Auto Shotgun

The Auto Shotgun wasn’t the best shotgun in the game but its quick-fire speed, and high rate of damage made it a fan favorite. Especially in close quarters.

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