Loot Lake, previously Leaky Lake, was a location close to the middle of the Battle Royale Map. Loot Lake is a giant body of water, with some industrial buildings on the western shore; a house used to be on an island in the middle. Due to poor loot spawns in the area, it is not a popular drop spot, and is rarely contested by more than two people.
There will be around 6-8 chests at Loot Lake during an average game, but the distance one would have to travel to loot all of these means that Loot Lake is not a popular place for players who are trying to get kills and loot so that they can be ready for end game.
With Season 7, Loot Lake got back its original name instead of Leaky Lake.
With Season 8 patch 8.40, the middle part of Loot Lake was digged out, and a metal bunker under it was revealed and over time several research buildings on the bunker began to settle around it.
With Battle Pass Season 9, the research buildings were severely updated and improved, this to operate the (probable) energy extraction of the bunker, which operated through a tube that sent energy to Neo Tilted.
With Season 9 patch 9.30, the laboratories around the bunker were completely destroyed and the energy tube was severely damaged, this attack was from the Polar Peak monster evidenced by the enormous footprint known to be of the monster.
With Season X, the Zero Point Orb exploded causing the island to go back to just before The Meteor crash. A prediction is that the island will prevent it from crashing this time round. Loot Lake is now an anti gravity location with the Orb being a Rift.
During the The End live event, the meteor sucked inside of the Zero Point's forcefield, which caused all the players to be sent out the island and sucked into the black hole, creating the new Battle Royale Island. Loot Lake will soon become Lazy Lake.
- September 19th, 2018: The Cube sunk into the lake, transforming it into a purple bounce pad.
- April 19th, 2019: A flying metal piece with a rune similar to the Cube on top appeared near Lucky Landing.