Supply Llamas were added to Fortnite Battle Royale in update V.3.3.0 and are extremely rare to find, as there are only 3 Llamas in each game and the location is chosen at random. Supply Llamas can be looted by interacting with them, the same as Supply Drops and in V.3.5.0, players were able to break the Llamas to access loot as well. It takes approximately 5 seconds to open the Supply Llamas, but given the loot available, it seems to be well balanced. Supply Llamas contain 500 Wood, Stone and Metal, 10 stacks of each ammo type and 3 Traps and Consumables.
Getting a Supply Llama can be game changing, but finding them has proven difficult for many players. Reddit user Overwatchero4 has gathered data on where the Supply Llamas are more likely to be located. Red meaning the most likely place to find Llama’s and blue being the least likely.
In the comments, he explained how he gathered the information:
So me and two friends have spent around 200 hours collecting data on llamas using the replay system, YouTube and just ordinary game play. This is were we have found the most llamas so far. Between us we have found 789 llamas but we’ve recorded down over 2000 using the replay system and YouTube. We have also found out that llamas seem to spawn high up. For example 59% of the llamas we found were in trees or on mountains and 23% on roofs or raised ground. If you have any extra information let me know, thanks!
Keep in mind that Supply Llamas are located in completely random places and so it is not guaranteed that you will find any Llamas in the hot spots mentioned above. However, when going past the hot spots located on the map above, it may pay off to search around a little more to see if you can find any Llamas around.
Supply Llamas have been found hiding in weird places as well as in plain sight, so make sure you look everywhere so you don’t miss them! Let us know in the comments section below if this map helps you to find any Supply Llamas.