When Fortnite Chapter 3: Season 2 kicked off, developer Epic Games surprised fans by removing building and then making it into its own permanent game mode. Among the new content was the launch of tanks, new mechanics and much more. As the conflict between the IO and Resistance forces is heating up, a some changes have has arrived. A recent update brings the overhaul of an old weapon, the start of the first donation boards of the new Fortnite season, and more.
There is some new activity at The Daily Bugle as the factions fight for control. Visit the point of interest and help the Resistance and you will be rewarded with some strong loot. However, it is not going to be easy as Huntmaster Saber also ready for battle.
Next, the update has seen the Heavy Sniper Rifle receive some adjustments to make it more effective in Fortnite Chapter 3: Season 2. As vehicles, particularly tanks, are extremely strong on the island, the sniper’s high-caliber rounds now deal bonus damage to vehicles. This will allow you to take on the wrath of vehicles at long range.
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There are a few more changes in the game. The update will now let you use your gold bars to have your say on the Fortnite donation boards. At present, the MK-Seven Assault Rifle and Combat Assault Rifle are up against each other. The first gun to be 100% funded will be added to the weapon pool immediately.
Apart from IO fights intensifying and donation boards, Epic Games has fixed some issues in the Fortnite update. Notable fixes include a repair for Resistance Quests where players could not progress into week two. This includes a problem causing last season’s quests to display if no other quests were tracked. Additionally, a fix that caused vehicles to stutter has been rolled out and players can now use ziplines between wind turbines on Windbreakers Island.