It is a slower version of the RPG, but it allows Fortnite Battle Royale players to ride the rocket by firing it themselves or from teammates firing it without exploding.
EA is yet to announce the game.
In "Fortnite: Battle Royale", that means you can take cover and attack enemies remotely with the guided missile - something that's both hilarious and tremendously frustrating, depending on the situation. That users rationale included that the area is mostly disliked by the playerbase, that new telescopes had been added to the area, and that loot was more abundant. There was no legal action that followed through.
That's not all the has happened with the game's weekly update, Epic Games has also adjusted weapon peeking "In v3.4, we identified an unintended behavior with shooting that affected a small number of players", the patch notes say.
While Kotaku's excellent Patricia Hernandez isn't convinced this will actually be the case, it's at least possible simply because it's in keeping in the spirit of what Epic Games has done with Fortnite so far.
That being said, "Fortnite: Battle Royale" is not going away anytime soon. They're a fantastic way to assess your experience and dexterity at the game while pushing you to challenge yourself more as your progress.
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Typically Epic Games release new challenges every Thursday, but for the last few weeks, dataminers have managed to get their hands on the intel early.
The latest Google Trends picked up by the abovementioned publication reveal that there was greater search volume for "Fornite" compared to that of the Cupertino giant, which is deemed most important company in the world.
Players have seen the Fortnite Meteor featured as part of the game's visual aesthetics for sometime.
However, the title has yet to surpass the Google-related feats of Niantic Labs' "Pokemon Go" during its peak.
It's no real surprise that this has now reached Triple-A games.
Fortnite continues to be a monster success since its launch on iOS last month.
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