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Disambig-icon.pngFor the article on the final Chapter 1 version of this location, please see Gotham City
Disambig-icon.pngFor the article on the Western version, please see Tilted Town
Disambig-icon.pngFor the article on the futuristic version, please see Neo Tilted
Disambig-icon.pngFor the article on the merged with Salty Springs version, please see Salty Towers
Disambig-icon.pngFor the article on the primal version, please see Boney Burbs

Tilted Towers was a location in the west-midlands of the Battle Royale Map, adjacent to Loot Lake and Shifty Shafts. It was one of the most popular locations of the island.

Buildings/Loot

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History

Season 2

Tilted Towers came out in late Season 2. Loot tended to be abundant. However, due to the sheer number of players landing there, it was very dangerous. It was recommended players go there if they want many eliminations, although few people managed to emerge from the bloodshed alive. Those lucky players were known individually as the King of Tilted if they have at least one kill.

Tilted Towers was a dense urban area, with intense CQC (close quarters combat). The best strategies were to equip shotguns, assault rifles, and other CQC weapons and to fortify a building with traps to deter enemies. The Pawn Shop on the southern end had a secret basement behind the shelf as well, which was utilized by some players to hide from enemies who had no idea that the basement existed..

Season 3

Near the end of Season 3, a small campsite appeared on the rooftop of the red brick building in Tilted Towers, the campsite included handheld signs with a picture of a UFO, and a text that read "Today Tomorrow". Everyone thought that the comet in the sky would hit Tilted Towers at the end of Season 3, but the comet ended up hitting Dusty Depot in the beginning of Season 4.

Season 4

In Season 4, a small fragment of the comet hit Tilted Towers and destroyed the unlucky building in the middle and partially destroyed the Castle Building. Later in the season, the remains of the building were removed, and construction for a new one began.

Season 5

In Season 5, the building under construction was finished and is now a Outdoor Equipment store. Later at the end of the season, it was crushed by Kevin The Cube.

Season 6

The remains of the Outdoor Equipment store were removed, and construction for a new building began..

Season 7

The building under construction was finished. Near the very end of the season, it was destroyed by an earthquake.

Season 8

A new building was constructed, owned by No Sweat Insurance.

On May 4, 2019, Tilted Towers was completely destroyed, due to the Volcano eruption right after the Nexus Event, where 4 fireballs would into Tilted Towers, followed by a giant one concluding the destruction. Everything was completely burnt and destroyed, except for the unlucky central building: No Sweat Insurance.

Season 9

On May 9, 2019, since the release of Season 9, Tilted Towers was recreated with a futuristic version called Neo Tilted.

Season X

Neo Tilted was replaced by Tilted Town in the first week of Season X. In Update v10.40, Tilted Town was replaced by Gotham City. In The End event, Gotham City was sucked into a black hole along with the whole map.

Chapter 2 - Season 5

The Some buildings from the original Tilted Towers were brought back, but were merged with Salty Springs, creating Salty Towers.

Chapter 2 - Season 6

Salty Towers has been replaced by Boney Burbs. Some of the buildings from Tilted Towers remain but most of them have been revamped to fit the primal season.

Trivia

  • In Season 7, Tilted was partially covered in snow. It later melted after Season 8.
  • Tilted Towers has an "unlucky spot" which was destroyed 3 times. When Tilted Towers was destroyed during The Unvaulting Live Event, the building on that area, No Sweat Insurance, survived.
  • During Season 3, there were many signs of the Meteor hitting Tilted Towers.
    • This was the case, however, as Donald Mustard said on a Marvel Podcast, it was changed to Dusty Depot to troll the Battle Royale Fanbase due to the memes and rumors around it.
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