The new Fortnite Week 9 challenges have been revealed earlier than expected, thanks to the Fortnite tracker app which reads hidden data found within the game's files. I don't see it in our near future but, hey, why not?'
Fortnite developer Epic Games is awarding Battle Royale players with some free loot to make up for the extended period of downtime that began with login issues.
Fortnite went through a series of problems beginning on Wednesday as the game bean to log players out of the game and place them in a queue.
We've talked about how things could more closely integrate. As players know, completing Battle Pass Challenges allows gamers to move up the tiers and earn new gear.
It's been no secret that over the past 24 hours we've been experiencing issues with our services that have prevented many of you from playing Battle Royale and Save the World. Of course, this direction of integrating game modes comes with plenty of things to consider since each class is different from one another and certain classes can either have a huge advantage or a huge disadvantage over another class. Some fans on the Fortnite forums have expressed their frustration with what seems to be the developer's lack of attention to Save the World.
If it does happen it may at first be via one of the limited time modes for Battle Royale mode, which often switch up the rules in order to try something different.
Not only are Epic Games considering increasing the player count in the future, they are also trying to mesh the two modes in the game together. Turn things around and try different stuff. A Reddit user suggested adding this game mode to Fortnite and many fans liked the idea of adding it as a limited time mode. One of the more interesting teased content updates, however, has got to be the increased player cap of the usual 100-man lobby.