As with last season's instances of this challenge, you can explore Risky Reels to locate the treasure map, or you can simply head to where the treasure is-if you know where to go.
Check out the Season 5 trailer and Battle Pass promo video below. There are also two new locations - Paradise Palms and Lazy Links.
Of course, Epic is also hoping to take more of your money with a new Season 5 Battle Pass available as an in-app purchase, offering 100 levels and more than 100 new rewards.
There's also a new vehicle, the All Terrain Kart (the ATK) which will accommodate your whole squad.
It sounds like there will be a ton of new stuff to discover on the map, and the new All Terrain Kart will be flawless for exploration with your squad. If that wasn't enough, the roof also acts as a bounce pad.
Syria thwarts Israeli strike on Quneitra
Israel launched a Patriot missile at a drone approaching Israeli territory from Syria, the country's military said on Wednesday. The Golan Heights was captured by Israel amid war in 1967 and illegally annexed in 1981.
You're also invited to step through a rift, with Epic promising "you're in for a wild ride". It's unclear what these Rifts can do, but players will be testing it out once the game's servers go live.
As always with a Fortnite patch there are a bunch of fixes and performance improvements, with some changes too in weapon balancing.
Interestingly, the centre of some Storm circles will now shift in random directions as well as shrink. However, the first storm circle will now only ever do 1 damage, no matter how long you're stuck in it. Also, after firing a shotgun, you won't be able to use a different shotgun for a short amount of time, presumably to avoid players weapon switching to fire off shotguns faster than they were created to be shot. There will now be a delay when players switch from firing one shotgun to another. To rectify this, players can earn XP for reviving their teammates in 50v50 and Teams of 20 matches.