Today's Fortnite Patch 3.5 Adds New Replay Features and Port-a


While it has not been officially announced what will be included in the update, a Tweet by the official Fortnite Twitter account hinted that we will at least be getting the Port-a-Fort.

These balance changes will affect slow-firing weapons the most, making weapon switching to negate reload times a less viable tactic.

The LTM has taken a much needed break in the salon and is coming back fresh with new changes and improvements to look more handsome to its players than ever before.

Neon Weapons: Some snazzy-looking new firearms for Save the World, too.

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Fortnite is available now on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and iOS.

Wood, stone, and metal will now be the first resources in the inventory list. You don't have to watch the match from the perspective you played it from, which is pretty dang cool if you manage to pull off some sort of clutch manoeuvre.

Player outlines and nameplates are visible.

Drone style camera that is loosely attached to the selected player.

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Adjustments have also been made to the recently added Guided Missile weapon, reducing its movement speed and maximum turn rate.

Adjust cinematic camera settings such as exposure, aperture, focal length, and focal distance. Port-A-Fort adds to the game's accessibility by giving players the options to throw out an item that gives them a better chance to survive a conflict.

Epic removed the technique from the game several weeks ago, as it gave some players an unfair advantage.

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