Toward the finish of last season, the world of “Fortnite” was hit with a volcanic emission, the most recent calamity to shake up the popular online game. Toward the finish of Season 7 in February, the game’s universe was struck by an earthquake.
Such even usually result in noteworthy changes in the game’s landscape. What’s more, on Thursday, fans of the Epic Games can jump into Season 9, with a few new highlights and areas for players to investigate.
The arrival of Season 9 follows a busy time for “Fortnite,” as the game finished a noteworthy crossover including the blockbuster superhero film Avengers: Endgame, which hit theaters April 26.
Between April 25 and May 5, players could take part in a mode called Endgame, where they functioned as legends against Thanos and his military over ownership of the Infinity Stones. Players could access different Avengers things including Captain America’s shield and Iron Man’s gauntlets.
With respect to Season 9, this is what people need to know:
The volcano was presented amid Season 8 in February, revealed Fortnite Insider, mostly supplanting Wailing Woods. With the ejection, new areas have showed up. As indicated by a map shared by Epic, the location where the spring of volcano sat is called Pressure Plant. Retail Row has been supplanted by the alluring Mega Mall, while Tilted Towers is currently Neo Tilted.
Slipstreams: A new approach to travel
Whenever gliders and ziplines just won’t do, developers have presented a wind-based transportation framework called Slipstreams. Players can get additional velocity contingent upon how they move their character, and can even launch themselves out the finish of a Slipstream. Patch notes from Epic say projectiles and vehicles can likewise go into Slipstreams.
The game is likewise including air vents that “launch players short distances and grant immunity to fall damage,” said Epic.
Welcome to Fortbytes, and a new weapon
On the off chance that people get the Season 9 Battle Pass, they can find collectible PC chips called Fortbytes. When they gather each of the 100, they unscramble a puzzling message, and get a few rewards en route. On Thursday, 18 Fortbytes will be accessible, with a new one popping up daily. Also available: a new semi-automatic combat shotgun.
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