Fortnite v3.5 Brings Back 50v50 and New Weapons


Battlefield Royale anyone? Or, at least, that's what I would call a battle royale mode for Battlefield 5, which is apparently being prototyped by DICE for its next game in EA's multiplayer shooter franchise.

When players logged in today, many were expecting Tilted Towers to be no more due to the speculation that the comet would destroy the popular in-game location.

The inability to play Fortnite Battle Royale has left many switching to PUBG and the worst part about it is with the rumours claiming that the game is going to get axed permanently.

Epic are running a bonus XP period starting April 19 until April 22 in which players double the experience while playing Fortnite: Battle Royale.

It is safe to say that these "Fornite: Battle Royale" leaks have made many people interested in what the future of the jetpack will be, along with this potential new challenge.

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The new mode that launched on Thursday turns the battle royale game on its head. We also don't know if Fortnite will be available on all platforms (console, PC, and mobile) in China. Two teams of 50 players battle for victory, now with the help of two buses.

What Other Changes Are in This Latest Update?

Battle Royale players will receive 20 Battle Pass Stars, while Save the World players will receive 1,600 Seasonal Gold.

As for 50v50 V2, teams are split across two busses, which approach the island from opposite ends. This can be found all over the game world, as it's been added to the floor loot, treasure chest, and vending machine loot tables, and it fires medium ammo with a 100 round magazine. Players are given 10 minutes before the circle starts to shrink, then another 10 minutes as the circle begins to shrink to the new position.

Fortnite's weekly challenges give players the chance to progress further through their Battle Pass, which is even more important with the end of season 3 less than two weeks away. Crossing this line will pretty much guarantee you'll be seeing enemy forces.