Elsewhere, the Guided Missile, Dual Pistols and Semi-Auto Sniper weapons have been vaulted, and a quarter of explosive damage will now travel through walls.
- These items will remain available in Playground Mode.
Many Fortnite: Battle Royale fans will remember the live rocket event that occurred just once, during which players in the game at a specific time were treated to a mysterious rocket launch that introduced a number of changes to Fortnite's map and gameplay.
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An important announcement has been made by Epic Games regarding the Fortnite glider re-deploy feature. They've also announced that the glider re-deploy mechanic - that was only meant to last for a week - is going to persist in the game for the foreseeable future.
Fortnitemares in Battle Royale ends on Sunday, November 4 at 1 PM Eastern Time. The new patch also brings some adjustment to grappler player velocity in passenger vehicle, also, the grappled vehicle now travels in a straight line instead of moving in an arc.
"Login early and be in-match to witness the one-time event which starts at 1pm ET/ 6pm UTC". We'll also see new audio improvements being prioritized over the weapon audio. A lot of players weren't happy with the initial decision, which Epic even mentions in the patch notes: "We understand that not all players agree with this change, but we would like to continue with this functionality in the game based on the positive results we've been seeing".
- 25% of explosive damage will now penetrate through structures and the environment. As we already know, the monsters are zombie-like creatures that attacked players and added a PvE element to the battle royale mode.