Just like Apex Legends players can collect the cards of their dead teammates and respawn them after going to a specific spot on the map, reboot vans are making it possible for Fortnite players to bring their teammates back to life. The Fortnite Reboot Van lets you bring back eliminated teammates in the game. Apex roared onto the scene with features like a robust "ping" communication system, and Fortnite returned fire by adding a very similar system. Knowing these locations definitely helps, but you'll still need to put in a lot of effort to make sure you're able to revive teammates in Fortnite. You must pick up the dead player's Reboot Card from the loot they drop when they die. Inside it, a squad member is to gather the reboot card for his/her accomplice. Once you have the card, you must take it to one of the many Reboot Vans spread around the map's points of interest.
There was an error in Battle Royale Mode that wasn't allowing players to respawn at the Reboot Van if it was being used by two players at the same time and one of them stopped interacting with it.
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Reboot Van: Never give up, never surrender! The van looks quite incredible and we really have to applaud the designers for all the brilliant work that they've delivered. You can't revive your whole squad immediately at a Reboot Van, but you could potentially hang out near one to get multiple players back in the middle of match, if you can stay alive that long. This implies regardless of whether an adversary player has utilized the Reboot Van inside that period, users won't nearly certainly use it. That means that one person can go running for the beacon while the other person goes to recover the card, drastically shortening the time it takes to bring your third squadmate back. You won't be too formidable right after a respawn, but you'll at least be able to fight if you have to.