New Fortnite Season 4 Skins, New Battle Pass Price, New Map Features And Gear
The moment we've all been waiting for is here: Fortnite Season 4 has finally made impact. However, the biggest and best loot comes in the Battle Pass, a Season-limited optional purchase that gives higher-quality rewards every tier, instead of basic things every four for free players. You've probably noticed, but Battle Royale games are big news at the moment.
Only the Battle Royale mode is available on mobile platforms, but the game supports cross-play with most systems, so your progress is kept if you decide to switch. When Epic Games adds a new update to Fortnite, there is an immediate dig through the new game data to find what new content players can expect and any other hidden files that could suggest changes coming to the game.
The next update to the popular battle royale game is now live. However, you are not able to earn rewards for a Season's battle pass once that Season ends, meaning you only have a limited amount of time to earn everything. Fortnite: Battle Royale's map just got a facelift.
This top tier skin is the ultimate reward in Season 4 and players will need to put in some serious work to gain access to it. Epic Games actively works on Fortnite Battle Royale, making regular changes through patches and updates. Hours ahead of the latest Fortnite Season 4 release, Battle Royale's Week 2 challenges have been leaked.
Epic Games took to Twitter to announce the server downtime, and the launch of Season 4. The developer also launched a video announcing Season 4. Other than the patches and bug fixes, the developer has introduced new hero types, special rocks giving anti-gravity power and so on with the Fortnite Season 4 update.
Some of these locations point to a mysterious future for the game that have already got fans wildly speculating about Season 5. Then there's cool stuff like moon rocks you can collect for super-duper-jumps, completely changing the gravity around the giant crater.
During Season 3, players noticed a meteor slowly heading towards the Battle Royale mode's newest location, Tilted Towers. There are two types of rewards available - those with the Free Pass and those with the Battle Pass, so bear this in mind if you have an eye on rewards.
However, the most efficient way is without a doubt focusing on the weekly challenges, which offer bonus XP and battle pass stars which will boost you through the tiers. A big tease for Season 4 was the appearance of a comet in the in-game sky several weeks ago, which steadily grew closer as time went by.
Like Season 3 before it, Season 4 offers an array of new rewards, most of which are locked behind Battle Pass ownership. As the major focus in Season 3, my opinion is that we'll see a focus on map updates this go around. In addition to gliders and skins, the update also adds sprays to the list of cosmetics, enabling players to mark their way across the map.
Eventually, the ongoing narrative culminated with in-game meteorites falling at increasing frequency this past week and all but ensuring that a collective storyline would be taking a dramatic turn. This week, one of them involves a treasure map in Tomato Town The most important change is the comet.
Jump into Fortnite Battle Royale and head to the Battle Pass tab. The pass gives the dates for Season 3 as February 22nd through April 30th, so many players are speculating that the new Fortnite battle Royale Season 4 season might begin as soon as May 1st. In a well-planned marketing move, Epic Games launched the first day of Fortnite: Battle Royale's fourth season on International Workers' Day, a holiday in most parts of the world (sadly, not Australia).