Fortnite has been in an ongoing battle with PUBG for the title of the most popular Battle Royale game on the planet, and now it seems that the battle for the crown may be back on again. After a week of PUBG introducing a new Battle Royale game mode that sounds like it was ripped from a horror movie, and Fortnite adding new “Waves” themes from the Game Boy days, it seems that Epic Games has rushed to the top of the leaderboard once again.

As Fortnite is in an odd place in terms of development, due to the fact that a new update was just revealed, players were excited to see what this season would bring in terms of new content. Well Fortnite fans, Season 7 has arrived and it’s bringing with it some changes. On top of this, the game’s infamous ‘Wild Weeks’ are making a return, along with the new ‘Impostors’ mode which looks to be an interesting take on the game’s Battle Royale mode.

Welcome back, Fortnite Season 5, and with it, the return of Wild Weeks!

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Are you prepared to go all out in Fortnite? Then you’re ready for the return of Wild Weeks, which began with the most recent update to the battle royale shooter. Every Epic+ Pistol, Epic+ Assault Rifle, and all Bolt-Action Sniper Rifles will be replaced with their stealthy versions this week, and additional Prop-ifiers and Prop Disguise services will be available from merchants throughout the map. From now on, new Wild Weeks will be released every Thursday.

The second main element of the update is Impostor Mode, which challenges players with ensuring the safety of the IO’s Bridge or undermining it as impostors. As readers know, Fortnite isn’t opposed to wholesale copying popular things, which leads to the other major aspect of the update: Impostor Mode. In a gaming cycle that should be quite familiar, players will be able to accomplish tasks, denounce inappropriate conduct, and vote to expel impostors. We’ll just leave it at that.

Remember when Epic claimed they were suing Apple to protect independent devs, then proceeded to take an entire game idea, right down to the language used, from a tiny indie team? I recall.

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The Coral Castle location has been changed as it endures an invasion, and a number of bug patches have been implemented as well. The game’s website has all of the information.

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Fortnite is a free-to-play battle royale game from Epic Games, where players face off against each other in a video game-style setting. It is currently one of the most popular games in the world, with over two million players simultaneously playing on a single map at any given time.  It’s also one of the platforms that’s generating the most buzz right now, as the game has just announced a new season pass, which adds four new free-to-play battle royale games called “Impostors” to the mix.. Read more about fortnite patch notes chapter 2 season 6 and let us know what you think.

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