While Fortnite continues to be a top-played release across all platforms, the battle royale also proceeds with new changes to the game’s formula. For starters, the start of Chapter 3 for the game welcomed the likes of Spider-Man with his iconic web shooters which you can equip and take to the battle zone. But, there is other juggernaut plans for the game elsewhere.
In that the firm is said to be in discussion with Microsoft to establish more iconic video game characters – starting off with Doom Slayer as per Xbox Era’s Nick Baker. But it does not stop there, mobile is on its way back. But rather than versions on the Google Play Store and The App Store, Epic Games is working with Nvidia to launch a version for cloud streaming instead.
From the latest update welcoming Chapter 3 Season 2, Fortnite is saying goodbye to building – for a limited time. Yes, Epic Games is scrapping its core DNA, however, it will not be forever. Instead, dataminer @HYPEX told it will be away for roughly a week.
In terms of when building will make its glorious return is left in the hands of the players. Tied to the new storyline, players must complete challenges to uncover the plans of the Imagined Order working on behalf of ‘The Resistance’. But, a specific time frame will not be handed until properly accounted for on behalf of the community.
Other exciting releases on Fortnite recently includes the addition of Uncharted skins to the game to celebrate to movie entering theaters. The DLC includes cosmetics resembling the Nathan Drake & Chloe Frazer alongside Tom Hollands & Sophia Ali portrayals of the characters. You can read the full report by heading here.
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Fortnite is out now for Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and Nintendo Switch.