While "Fortnite" is still incredibly popular, the hype surrounding the game has died down quite a bit over the last six months or so, meaning the league may be a bit behind in joining forces with Epic.
Fortnite's latest update is here and it includes a new weapon and limited-time game mode. Like most weapons, the Heavy AR can be found in floor loot, chests, vending machines and supply drops.
Monster spawners are scattered throughout the map and also appear each time the storm closes in to a new circle. But never fear, they're sticking around a little longer in a brand new Team Terror limited time mode. While the spawn rate of balloons has been drastically reduced from 12.2-2.3%.
Those outfits can be changed to a different team or number as often as you like, so it sounds like you only need to buy one outfit even if you're a fan of multiple teams. While the objective is to still wipe out the enemy team, things have gotten a little more complicated in this large team mode as NPC monsters have also been added to the island. In the "ultimate football face-off", Epic Games' Fortnite and the NFL are teaming up to bring official NFL-themed outfits into the shooter's Item Shop.
The system would also be introduced on PC, but with the speed at which players can edit on keyboard and mouse, it's unlikely that it would made a significant difference to those who play on a computer.
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The second LTM is called "Blitz", and it is referred to as a "faster-paced version of Battle Royale".
Available in the Event Store November 7th at 7 PM EST. Professional players in football, soccer and other sports have broken out into "Fortnite" celebration dances during real-world sports events.
Phase Siphon - Phase Shifting through enemies deals 11 base damage and heals 6 base health.
Although players can change numbers, they won't see names on the back of the jerseys, neither their own usernames nor the names of National Football League players.