The craters now feature glowing rocks which activate low gravity mode for players.
In addition, the input settings are now filtered based on the game mode. Like World of Warcraft expansions of old, Fortnite has used an in-game narrative event to radically change the landscape.
The lead up to Season 4's debut suggested that the comet would finally crash and that we would get a superhero-themed season. As we all assumed, some big changes have been made to the map - the comet has landed, and it's taken out one of the game's named areas.
As mentioned above the map has been transformed due to the impact of the comet, this means that there's a good chance that your favorite landing spot has been changed (for the better or worse) however, on the plus side there are lots of new points of interest to discover.
In the area north of Tomato Town, Fortnite players will now find a new drive-in-style movie theater called Risky Reels. Still, considering that players tried to interpret Morse code messages from controller vibrations in trying to crack the mystery of the comet, this is sure to spur some new theories about what awaits in Season 4 or 5.More news: Chinese minister to visit North Korea in wake of peace talks
If you want to buy your way to level 100, you'll skip the 950 V-Bucks Battle Pass and go straight to the 2,880 V-Bucks Battle Bundle. Part one starts with five new quests and a new Landmark Mission. Now only one warehouse is whole, a second is careening on a crater, and the third ... well, it's gone. There's everything from traps, to big shields, to mini shields and pretty much anything you can think of.
Fortnite for iOS managed to rake $1.5 million through IAPs in its first four days of launch, which is definitely a milestone in its own right.
By all indications, it looks like Epic has yet another solid update on its hands that'll keep gamers coming back for more. This is all for now, folks.
Tilted Towers stands intact in Season 4. You see, Hop Rocks isn't just a new location, it's the destroyed remains of another location.