Where Shopping Carts provided some extra zip for duos, Epic has gone one better in Season 5 with the introduction of the All Terrain Kart (ATK).
The biggest change pertains to the new Rifts that are scattered all throughout the "Fortnite" battle royale map.
Check out the Season 5 trailer and Battle Pass promo video below. The ATK also features a speed boost after drifting, the roof acting as a bounce pad and passengers in the back being able to help the driver leap over vehicles by leaning back and releasing. There are also two new locations - Paradise Palms and Lazy Links.
You're also invited to step through a rift, with Epic promising "you're in for a wild ride". Polygon speculates that it might even transport players to an entirely different map. In addition to balance changes and bug fixes, the latest version of Fortnite adds new locations to explore, a new vehicle to drive around the map, more challenges for free players to complete, and, as always, plenty of new cosmetics to unlock.
The endgame will behave a bit differently now, as well, as the center of storm circles seven, eight, and nine can now shift in random directions.
Here's everything we know about Fortnite Season 5. The Heavy Shotgun has received a change, too, as it will now fire 10 pellets instead of five. Also, after firing a shotgun, you won't be able to use a different shotgun for a short amount of time, presumably to avoid players weapon switching to fire off shotguns faster than they were created to be shot.
In previous editions of Fortnite it was possible to rapidly switch between shotguns to make it act like an automatic weapon, but Epic stamped that out in early 2018 after it began to be abused. To rectify this, players can earn XP for reviving their teammates in 50v50 and Teams of 20 matches.
As you can tell, that's three different settings for three different instances in which you can now use motion controls.