Fortnite: Item Gifting, New Weapon Seemingly Coming Soon

Fortnite: Item Gifting, New Weapon Seemingly Coming Soon

For the time being we can assume that the downtime and new update is intended so Epic Games can address a couple of the issues that are now labled as "fixed for next release" on the Fortnite Trello board. The biggest topic of the day is the addition of the new Submachine Gun, which actually represents a balancing effort on the part of Epic.

I know what you're thinking: "Doesn't Fortnite already have two submachine guns?". Week 1 of challenges is expected to be the easiest one.

The submachine gun will be available as a common, uncommon and rare weapon and it uses light ammo.

There is a new hint about Fortnite Android Version release date. Accuracy, of course, will suffer at range, and with the relatively low base damage of each bullet, you'll want as many of them to hit as possible. A chart shows that this revenue has skyrocketed since Fortnite Battle Royale was released in late September 2017. A new gun takes its place. As for mobile, an autofire function has been added causing player's weapons to fire automatically when the reticle is over an enemy.

Fortnite Android leaked game files via Tracker Network

The seven challenges will also include the one which asks the users to follow the treasure map found in Risky Reels. There's no telling if the Tactical SMG will ever return to the game, but for now, you'll have to do without.

The leaked Fortnite challenges are datamined from the Fortnite Battle Royale game files.

Battle Royale doesn't cost a thing to jump in and play, so folks are spending all their cash on Battle Passes and cosmetics, which is a pretty scary thing to think about. The previous Battle Pass increased the number of tiers, that said, we won't know if Epic plans to hike it past 100 for Fortnite Season 5.

Fortnite's first Season 5 challenge refresh is due to go live soon with the new Week 2 challenges ready and primed for players eager to level up their battle pass.

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