Fortnite Battle Royale Gets Huge Inventory Update, All Game Editions Half Off

Fortnite Season 3 Battle Pass Start date time skins and rewards news for Battle Royale

Season 3! Loot lovers will be excited to know that this season's Battle Pass has more tiers, more loot and all new cosmetic rewards.

Completing all 100 tiers will earn you 6 outfits, 3 pickaxes, 4 emotes, 3 gliders, 23 banners, and 21 emoticons. The new Season 3 Battle Pass outfits is nonstop bangers, especially the just-short-of-copyright-infringement Rust Lord skin, which looks a bit cooler than its Guardians of the Galaxy inspiration if you ask me.

If you don't want to drop the dough and are up to the task, you can complete tiers faster by completing the new weekly challenges, which will replace Season 2's challenges.

Tomorrow's incoming 3.0 update to Fortnite: Battle Royale keeps sounding better, as Epic Games has now announced improvements to the game's building system. While Save The World makes the Battle Pass grind easier, its rewards are more pertinent to Battle Royale.

Another new feature being introduced with Season 3 and the new patch are skydiving trails FX. The three most important upgrades are Turbo Building (hold down the fire button to continuously build the selected piece), Auto Change Materials (automatically change to the next material when one runs out), and the ability to build through more things, which has been an annoyance for many players ever since the game launched. Now, you can build "pretty much anywhere at any time" so long as the structures are supported by terrain and other buildings. Another "issue" is that players who hadn't purchased the Battle Pass were getting all of its content immediately. Epic Games has said they have adjusted the XP gains to allow players to still complete this Battle Pass in roughly the same time it took to complete the Season 2 one.

One of the many ways players feel taken care of with the dev team behind Fortnite. This will also be implemented into Save the World at a later date.

Fortnite fans will have to fork out 950 V-Bucks for the season 3 Battle Pass, and won't be able to pay directly for it with real-world money. Epic's upcoming building improvements seem meant to pick up the pace of construction in order to keep the flow of combat moving.