Blox Fruits players first start off the game in a ship they can use to adventure to various islands where they can hunt and get newer and better Blox Fruits. With our Blox Fruits map guide, we’re going to show you all the level requirements for all the locations and islands in the game, so that you can have an easier time sailing to the correct destination and not get lost on your way there.
Most new Roblox Blox Fruits players will mindlessly sail in a circle because they got lost while following either incorrect directions to an island or location or they didn’t know what path to take.
With our Blox Fruits map complete guide that you will find below, we’re showing you all the locations, and island directions so that you can sail to your destination without getting lost at seas.
So let’s get started.
Blox Fruits Map: Complete Guide & Level Requirements
We’re going to show you a breakdown of the main areas on the Blox Fruits map, namely the First Sea, The Second Sea, and the Third Sea.
Blox Fruits developers have been very active recently, adding new locations to the game every time a new patch is released.
We’ll keep this list updated as long as the game receives more new locations, so make sure to come back here every time a new patch gets released if you want to know the locations and level requirements.
The First Sea
As a new Blox Fruits pirate, you start your journey in the First Sea (also known as the Old World) on a Starter Marine Island or a Starter Pirate Island. From this place, you can start exploring and visiting 13 other landmarks and locations in the area.
Here are the level requirements for the Blox Fruits First Sea map:
|Location||Blox Fruits Map Level Requirements|
|Starter Pirate Island||Level 0-10|
|Starter Marine Island||Level 0-10|
|Pirate Village||Level 30-60|
|Middle Island||Level 100|
|Frozen Village||Level 90-120|
|Marine Fortress||Level 120-150|
|Skylands||Level 150-200 (Additional areas unlocked at Level 450-575)|
|Magma Village||Level 300|
|Underwater City||Level 375-450|
|Fountain City||Level 625-700|
The Second Sea
The Second Sea which is also known as the New World has 10 different landmarks that are available for Blox Fruits players to explore. The Second Sea map has a lot of fun and exciting places to explore that also introduces a new currency to the players called “Fragments”.
But before you can access the second world, you must first complete the Military Detective NPC quest in the Prison POI. You must be level 700 or above to be able to take this quest.
Here are the level requirements for the Blox Fruits Second Sea map:
|Location||Map Level Requirements|
|Kingdom of Rose||Level 700-850|
|Usoap’s Island||Level 700|
|Snow Mountain||Level 1000-1050|
|Hot and Cold||Level 1100-1200|
|Cursed Ship||Level 1000-1325|
|Ice Castle||Level 1350-1400|
|Forgotten Island||Level 1425-1475|
|Dark Arena||Level 1000|
|The Cafe||Safe Zone|
The Third Sea
To enter and explore the Third Sea, you need to have at least a level 1500 account. The islands in this sea are larger and continue unique and different locations such as the Sea of Treats which contains another 3 smaller islands.
Here are the level requirements to access the different locations on the Blox Fruits Third Sea map:
|Location||Blox Fruits Map Level Requirement|
|Port Town||Level 1500-1575|
|Hydra Island||Level 1575-1675|
|Great Tree||Level 1700-1750|
|Floating Turtle||Level 1775-2000|
|Castle on the Sea||Safe Zone|
|Haunted Castle||Level 1975-2075|
|Sea of Treats||Level 2075-2275|
Conclusion: Blox Fruits Maps Guide
Hopefully, our Blox Fruits maps guide with different locations and level requirements helps you out in your adventurous journey.
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