The latest update for Fortnite has just arrived! From now on, the PC, Xbox One, and the PS4 players can enjoy the new features that Fortnite 12.20 brings into the game.
However, it seems that mobile players will have to wait until the update gets on their platform. At the moment, mobile gamers are not able to enjoy the new features of the online video game.
The latest Fortnite version has introduced a few new changes to the video game. The update was released to fix some of the bugs, such as the marker issue.
Users have noticed this issue way too many times, and the team of developers has decided to take action against it. Another thing that will get fixed by this update is the controller buttons issues, which sometimes are unresponsive. This is an annoying bug as players get trapped in port-a-potty.
What’s new in Fortnite 12.20?
What is really important to the Fortnite users are the upcoming features. The rumors have already started circulating on the internet, saying that the update will bring new things into the Fortnite video hame. For example, a helicopter. How cool is that?
We have noticed a few helipads in Fortnite; however, this rumored helicopter will allow one person in and will have 1500 hit points. If this rumor turns out to be true, it will be much better than having a helipad in the game.
“Get in the Choppa! Grab up to 4 other squadmates and take on enemy teams with this new vehicle,” was written on the Fortnite Twitter account.
Another feature that the Fortnite 12.20 patch brings is a new weapon, a rifle. This weapon will feature an offer burst fire mode. It means that the riffle will not cause too much damage, but its major plus is the high accuracy. Epic Games have made this update available for its users on March 17, 2020.
However, they have not offered too much information about it. “Cast some runes with the new Radiant Runes Wrap! Available in the Item Shop now,” posted the team on their Twitter page regarding the Fortnite 12.20 patch.
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