Published: Thu, April 12, 2018
Tech | By Tabitha Holland

A-Fort Is All You Need in Fortnite Battle Royale

According to the notes, the new Replay feature for Fortnite Battle Royale lets players record their highlights, and it comes with a suite of cinematic editing features.

When you switch to another slow-firing weapon now - including the rocket launcher, hand cannon, revolver, tactical shotgun, pump shotgun, heavy shotgun, bolt-action sniper rifle, hunting rifle, and the crossbow - it will take some time for it to be ready to fire.

Player outlines and nameplates are visible. Port-A-Fort adds to the game's accessibility by giving players the options to throw out an item that gives them a better chance to survive a conflict.

Multiple camera modes to choose from, including drone follow, drone attach, and third-person.

50v50 is back as a Limited Time Mode, with a number of improvements this time around. Read on below to find out all of the most recent changes.

Adjustments have also been made to the recently added Guided Missile weapon, reducing its movement speed and maximum turn rate. A delay has been added to weapon switching too, so players can not rapidly switch between shotguns in close quarters combat anymore. Sure beats building walls and stairs while being gunned down from several directions.

There's also problems with the Epic Games email system, although this seems to be separate and not affecting people playing the game.

After being data mined by Storm Shield One, it appears that Fornite: Battle Royale may have two new weapons included in the form of Dual Pistols and a Space Pistol, although, it should be noted that nothing has been confirmed by Epic Games as of writing.

The popular North American esports organization has revealed the players that will competing for Cloud9 in the H1Z1 Pro League. Theory, who has been with the team since its formation will apparently be replaced.

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