The biggest and most notable is a UI overhaul to bring the Save the World mode more in line with what's found in Battle Royale and make the transition between the two seem and feel more seamless. In addition to the new gun, the update also introduces the Team Terror limited time mode, National Football League skins for players to buy, Fortnitemares Part 2 for Save the World, and more. Additionally, up to eight outfits can be purchased and customized with any one- or two-digit number.
This is the first time Epic has "partnered on special outfits inside Fortnite, enabling players to blend their passions for games and sports", the company says.
Epic Games has confirmed details on Fortnite update 6.22, and sure enough, the Heavy Assault Rifle is part of the package for this week's content drop. Alongside the new Heavy AR though, there's been a couple of different changes as well as two new Limited Time Modes. Earlier this year, Epic teamed up with Disney and the Marvel Cinematic Universe to bring Thanos and the Infinity Gauntlet to the game. These will be based on real-world jerseys, and they're set to arrive later this week, following this new update.
Especially after the debacle over the weekend where one of the games Fortnitemares event started dolling out Battle Stars in their hundreds for relatively simple challenges.
It's a faster-paced version of battle royale, with matches typically lasting 15 minutes or less.
Epic has outlined its upcoming plans for Fortnite on mobile, which includes several additional customization features, improved performance, and under-the-hood tweaks.
Scattered across the island, with more appearing every time the storm contracts, these malicious creatures will attack anything that moves.
What happened during this event is that all the players in the map were immediately transported to a white serene zone and towards the player swiftly yet graciously floating is a rift in the shape of a butterfly.