Fortnite is getting an optional 60fps mode on consoles


The release of the same update for Save the World mode, patch V.2.5.0, on the other hand, is delayed to February 14. According to Eurogamer, the two skins available at present are a Cupid-like statue and what looks a human-sized pink bear.

Considering the competitive edge that Fortnite Battle Royale brings the table - it makes sense that the team would focus on making the game as smooth as possible to ensure players have a better gaming experience ensuring those ideal headshots and high-intensity firefights. It fires unlimited arrows and can be found on the ground and inside treasure chests. The Battle Royale mode also features a whole bunch of guns, materials, structures, and items to learn about and understand, as well as how they interact with each other and the game's systems. Epic is planning to "quickly spin up a dozen or so limited time modes", it said in a blog post, including one called "The Floor is Lava" (which, incidentally, is the name of the next playstyle I'm testing out in a series of articles about the shooter).

Fortnite fans will be able to take part in the Valentine’s Day event thanks to patch

During a recent 'state of development' blog, Epic revealed they are "working on changes to matchmaking that are aimed at creating matches with a more balanced distribution of skill" in Fortnite Battle Royale. The Battle Royale update will also include the removal of harsh high-frequency sound from the Chomp Jr pickaxe. The 2.5.0 patch will bring in the Valentine Day event while the 3.0.0 patch will update the music of the game. Epic Games said that the delayed release date is due to their concern regarding the stability of the upcoming update. Here are the 12 things we wish we knew about Fortnite: Battle Royale before we started playing.



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