If you decide to buy the season 3 Battle Pass, you will immediately receive a collection of loot, including the Mission Specialist Outfit. The new Season 3 Battle Pass outfits is nonstop bangers, especially the just-short-of-copyright-infringement Rust Lord skin, which looks a bit cooler than its Guardians of the Galaxy inspiration if you ask me. In all, there are 100 tiers on the Battle Pass to reach throughout the season, with over 75 cosmetic rewards to collect. The weekly challenges will stack, so you won't have to frantically rush to complete them in order to level up.
Fortnite Battle Royale Season 3 is nearly here, so Epic has revealed new details about the incoming free content drop. However, they should note that it is expected to cost around $150, according to Polygon.
The fourth and final update is potentially the most subtle, and will only affect the Battle Royale mode for now.
Another new feature being introduced with Season 3 and the new patch are skydiving trails FX. Run out of materials and you'll automatically swap to the next one.
Changes include the new Turbo Building option which lets players hold down the placement button which lets them continuously place down buildings. Now, you can build "pretty much anywhere at any time" so long as the structures are supported by terrain and other buildings. Epic is also changing how building pieces works with the environment around players.
Battle Royale: The Login, Launch, and Lobby menus have updated remixes from the new score. I'm feeling like it's about time to once again struggle to get into the top fifteen in Battle Royale mode. With a game that continues to expand each and every week, and an incredibly active developing team within the player community, we can't recommend Fortnite enough no matter which edition you choose!
The hoverboard is also making its debut in Save the World mode, saving you energy as you explore each zone.
"Spring It On" was previously mentioned in a blog post but little else is known about the upcoming event.