Thanks to the details provided in today's patch notes, we now know exactly how these items work. All three are no longer in the public playlists, although they're still available in Playground like the other vaulted weapons and items. The new update is release for PS4, Xbox, PC, Nintendo Switch, iOS and Android as well. Pumped full of helium, Fortnite's balloons enable you to float across the sky with the greatest of ease, like the house out of Pixar's Up. Fortnite was not only able to achieve a massive global audience but it also became the first game to Rival the King of Battle Royal - "PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds" which stood at top of steam sales and also the first game surpassing the counter strike online players count. The Semi-Auto Sniper and Guided Missile won't be missed but the Dual Pistols were a viable close range option when you didn't find a shotgun or submachine gun.
But Epic Games warns not to float for too long, because Balloons don't last forever and will pop when they reach the max height. The new patch also brings some adjustment to grappler player velocity in passenger vehicle, also, the grappled vehicle now travels in a straight line instead of moving in an arc. "We understand that not all players agree with this change, but we would like to continue with this functionality in the game based on the positive results we've been seeing". During this time we've been collecting internal data and monitoring constructive feedback from all of you.
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Meanwhile, explosives seem to be getting a buff, as 25 per cent of explosive damage will "now penetrate through structures and environment". We'll also see new audio improvements being prioritized over the weapon audio.
Epic Games has just published an important announcement regarding the Fortnite glider re-deploy feature. It was summoned by lightning, caused a floating island above Loot Lake, and eventually spawned weird, zombie-esque cube monsters.