As for the "Dance at Different Gargoyles" challenge, it's important to know where said gargoyles are in order to make the drop smoother and decrease those chances of another player taking you out while also fighting of zombie-like foes along the way.
Despite Fortnite's Battle Royale mode being free-to-play, there's still money to be made from selling a load of in-game items, and one of the ways to entice people to play is with seasonal content. If you complete them all you'll get a limited-edition Dark Engine glider.
The best-laid plans of mice and men often go awry, especially in the world of game development. To thank old and new founders, any players who log in and play during the Fortnitemares event will receive both "Brainiac Jonesey" and "Skull Ranger Ramirez" as playable heroes for free.
And a few more surprises along the way...
Another useful feature is the ability to re-deploy the glider, which is now available in all game modes.
This skin changes throughout the game.
The team feels it needs more time to work on the infrastructure for the game.
Man your stations! A new pirate ship minigame and other fun additions are now available in Playground as well as changes to the Spiky Stadium. And until November 6, 2018 you can get Save the World for 50% off, which won't have a free version until 2019 at the earliest. Bringing the inventory into the front-end earlier this year was the first step, but the upcoming revamp will push things even further.
Controller and Touch support has been improved.
Places that used to open Party Finder now open the new Social List.