Fortnite Season 4: Servers back up as cinematic trailer leaks

Fortnite Season 4: Servers back up as cinematic trailer leaks

You'll find several craters spread throughout the game's map that mark where smaller rocks landed as well as a few minor cosmetic changes to existing areas which were seemingly altered by the falling debris.

Many assumed that the comet would been the demise of the infamous Tilted Towers location.

The latest patch for Season 4 is huge and brings tons of new changes to both Save the World and Battle Royale.

It has been replaced with Dusty Divot, an area which hosts some brand new gameplay options rolled out for Fortnite Season 4.

Instead, the most damage has been done to Dusty Depot, which has been replaced with a crater. Picking up and using one of these stones grants lower than usual gravity for the player, which allows jumps that go higher and further.

To get to level 100 in Fortnite Season 4 today you will need to spend $100 to $141 if you want to unlock all seven new Fortnite season 4 skins and all the other rewards without playing for 75 to 150 hours. If you want every unlock for Fortnite Battle Royale Season 4 Battle Pass without having to earn it, you'll be paying nearly $150 (almost Rs. 9,720). Season 4 is on! Before playing you get a little video intro and you see what happens when the giant rock falls out of the sky. It may take some time, but with a little dedication and luck, you'll be rocking these outfits before Fortnite's Season 4 ends.

The update adds new events and loot drops to Fortnite's Save The World game mode too.

The Fortnite Battle Royale Season 4 Battle Bundle price is $25 (close to Rs. 1,620). In that case feel free to check out the new map in the gallery below!

With Season 4 underway for Fortnite: Battle Royale players have begun chasing down new challenges to complete their Battle Pass. The Blockbuster challenges require you to complete full weeks of challenges, but don't make it clear what the rewards for actually doing so are. Furthermore, you'll find numerous gameplay changes such as the ability to destroy structures on the starting island (well, not the Battle Bus), slightly reduced hitbox sizes for players' hands and support for the 4:3 aspect ratio.

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