A new replace is now accessible for Fortnite, bringing much more content material to each Battle Royale and Save the World. Along with the Sniper Shootout limited-time occasion, Epic has added a completely new weapon to Battle Royale and reintroduced one which was briefly faraway from the mode.
Following the replace, the Boogie Bomb has returned to Battle Royale. The weapon was disabled earlier this month resulting from an exploit that allowed gamers to bomb themselves and successfully decide up a limiteless quantity of things. That subject has since been resolved, and gamers can now discover it once more in treasure chests and provide drops.
Along with the Boogie Bomb, Fortnite’s v3.four replace introduces one more new weapon to Battle Royale: the Guided Missile, a strong distant explosive. It is available in two rarities, Epic and Legendary, which do 105 and 110 injury to gamers, respectively. Once fired, you’ll be able to take direct management of the missile from its point-of-view. However, your character will likely be unable to maneuver in any respect whilst you’re doing this, although you’ll be able to cease controlling the missile at any time and it’ll proceed its trajectory by itself till it explodes.
The Guided Missile is the newest in a string of recent weapons that Epic has added to Battle Royale. Last week, the developer launched the Heavy Shotgun, and the prior week introduced the distant explosives. One merchandise that also hasn’t arrived, nonetheless, is the Jetpack; that was supposed to launch a number of weeks in the past however was delayed resulting from a last-minute subject.
On high of the brand new weapons, Fortnite’s three.four replace marks the beginning of Sniper Shootout v2, a modified model of the sniper-only occasion from final month. It additionally makes plenty of bug fixes and provides a brand new Easter-themed quest line to the sport’s paid Save the World mode. The cell model of Fortnite additionally acquired its personal replace that makes plenty of platform-specific enhancements.