It's finally here: The meteors have crashed down in "Fortnite", launching the fourth season of the game and fundamentally re-shaping the geography of the game's main island. If you open the map after falling from the Battle Bus, you'll immediately see a huge crater in the area Dusty Depot was. Glowing shards of the crater are also scattered around the area, letting players "lift off with low gravity". There's also a new game mode coming off the tails of the cometknown as "Impact." So you'll find all sorts of new points of interests across the map. Many players had suspected that the Fortnite meteor was expected to crash land at Tilted Towers, but they were wrong. If you want every unlock for Fortnite Battle RoyaleSeason 4 Battle Pass without having to earn it, you'll be paying nearly $150 (almost Rs. 9,720). There's also only eight letters and more than eight locations, these are just the ones we've found so far.
If you're interested in getting extra loot, there's the FortniteBattle RoyaleSeason 4 Battle Pass.
Each week a new set of seven challenges unlock. What are your thoughts on Fortnite Season 4?
Anyone who has been on the web recently has likely already come across content that pertains to FortniteBattle Royale in some manner. This makes the initial Dusty Divot area really hard as players are running around, jumping really high in the sky and fighting for the limited ammo and weapons available.
The fourth season of Fortnite is upon us, and it's bringing some pretty big changes with it. This area, at least on day one, doesn't feel like the first place you loot and then move on to.
Be sure to check out Epic's changelog as this barely scratches the surface of new features and bug fixes introduced.
But that's not all the skins you're going to get during the ten week season. Season IV, it seems, has an apocalyptic superhero feel - cleverly timed to coincide with the arrival of Avengers: Infinity War. For the premium version you begin at Tier 25, or Tier 30 if you bought the pass in Season 3.