The 7th season of Fortnite arrived yesterday, which is a very special edition of Replay. Instead of completing the news from the wider world of the game, we're all talking about Epic's Battle Royale phenomenon. Shut down the controller for a second, right?
Winter has come and a new frozen biome hits the map
The predictions have all been fulfilled: a snowy winter wonderland has found its way to Fortnite ]. In fact, the map's entire southwest quadrant was reinforced by the iceberg that landed on the island in season 6. You can see the massive new winter wonderland in this comparison. New places are a snowy village (Happy Hamlet, some smooth mountains (Polar Peak) and a few islands off the coast.) Some players even notice faces in the terrain, which is obviously a breadcrumb leading to land Later in the game [1
… While the players are going up to heaven
What, you thought, Ziplines were the only new transportation method? There are planes now! The biggest change from Fortnite is undoubtedly the introduction of the X-4 Stormwing Plane, which has room for an aircraft eug offers a pilot and up to four passengers The plane has a mounted wreath For aerial combat – or just the poor, unhappy souls walking around on the ground. (Unless they are drafted first.) You can even skip a parachute if you want to land at another location. This opens up a whole new dimension to the players. We can almost hear the complaints "STORMWING IS OP". That's the way with all the new features.
Let's all stop shooting each other for a second, K
Speaking of new features, one of the most intriguing additions to the game – especially for the target audience among us – is Fortnite Creative, a new mode that allows players to occupy peaceful versions of the Fortnite card either alone or together with friends and only build … This game is still about building forts, is not it?
In Less Fun Fortnite News, the inventor of Milly Rock complains epically
Yes, The Washington Post reports that rapper 2 Milly epic plays for complaining the use of his Milly Rock dance as an emote in the game. The lawsuit accused Epic of stealing 2 Milly's dance moves and likenesses and taking advantage of African-American creators without credit. It's certainly not unreasonable criticism: Epic has a habit of taking pop culture dances, renaming them emotes, and selling them, removing the serial number and the creator. (See: BlocBoy JB's Shoot Dance)
This is not the first time this issue has appeared. Earlier this year, Chance the Rapper exclaimed in a Twitter thread Epic and suggested that the studio license and payment of the songs with which these dances are related are related, so that their creators have a financial Could receive a reward. There is little precedent for a lawsuit for theft of dance movements, but it will be imperative to prosecute this case. Legal or not, people deserve recognition for their work. And Epic really did not exist. (Yes, even Orange Kid's Shirt.)
Weekly Recommendation: Gears of War 3 on Xbox 360
Epic Games May Print for Fortnite Money The studio has a number enjoyed from different eras. Initially, there was Unreal which defined both the wave of first-person shooters of the late '90s and the Epic company. Then there was the Gears of War era. Gears was the basic title in the construction of the modern third-person shooter, all machismo and chainsaw rifles (and curled behind the waist-high sheath). The child of Cliff Bleszinski is a brilliant series whose success eventually led to the Epic Games stumbling to make Fortnite: Battle Royale . If you are in a mood of Gears just continue on the third. It's easily the best, and the plot is … well, it's not that important. There are monsters coming from below. Shoot her. Let's go.