Fortnite Done Add With New Additions

Fortnite Done Add With New Additions

Yolanda Curtis
June 13, 2018

Fortnite Battle Royale released its 4.3 patch Wednesday morning, highlighted by the addition of shopping carts for quicker movement around the map. PUBG recently took aim at NetEase, suing the firm for copyright infringement and trademark violations relating to its mobile games which follow the same battle royale methodology as PUBG itself. This new challenge type gives players an extra easter egg hunt to embark upon every week, which can only be accessed if you have ticked off all of week 5's Battle Pass challenges. PUBG Corp., based in Korea, claims that its game is the "first standalone Battle Royale survival shooter game" and has said in the past that it's "concerned that Fortnite may be replicating the experience for which PUBG is known".

You've likely also noted the similarities between the two, and that similarity has not escaped the notice of PUBG, either, with the game's makers filing suit against Epic Games, the maker of Fortnite. "We have also noticed that Epic Games references PUBG in the promotion of Fortnite to their community and in communications with the press". Mushrooms will be available in the Moisty Mire region if you want to look for them during your games. To put in her products is not necessary - we are dealing with a full vehicle, calculated on two players. Shopping carts are undoubtedly the highlight though, ad they can be found "scattered across the world in various locations".

Here is everything you need to know about shopping carts in Fortnite.

Blitx v2 and Teams of 20 v2 modes are also available for a limited time as part of this update.

Hard challenges will award players 10 Battle Stars; the rest will award five.

When Fortnite was released in July 2017, the game only had the player-versus-AI game mode, "Save the World".

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