Fortnite update v10.10 patch notes – Schedule, release date, downtime and Mega mall changes
Fortnite Season 10 is currently live, and it has brought many changes to the game. The latest content update for the game introduced Wild West themed titled town which does not allow players to build.
Apart from this, Fortnite Season 10 also introduced Brute, a vehicle that can be used by two players. One player can control its movements, whereas the other player can control its firepower.
However, many players feel that Brute is too overpowered for the game and should be balanced and nerfed properly. Many users also took to Twitter to express their concerns and requested the removal of Brute from the competitive game mode.
Well, Epic Games have planned the third content update for the game and it will go live today. Fortnite update v10.10 will have some downtime which means players won’t be able to play the game for that duration.
Fortnite official Twitter handle has also shared the release date of the update. Fortnite update v10.10 will go live on August 13, and its timings will be revealed soon.
Due to some last-minute issues, Epic Games had to shift the timings of the update. Earlier, downtime was scheduled to begin on August 13 at 4 am ET.
Fortnite update v10.10 is expected to bring a lot of modifications to the game, including changes to Mega Mall location, some more nerfs to Brute, and some weapons buffs and nerfs.
Speaking of the Mega Mall location, a Rift beacon which appeared near the shopping centre is now activated, which means we can see changes to Mega Mall location.
Also, there are many pieces of evidence from data miners, which suggest that some previous locations could also return to the game, including Anarchy Acres, Greasy Grove, Moisty Mire and others.
We will update the patch notes for Fortnite update v10.10 down below whenever the update arrives for the game.
For a quick refresher, Fortnite was released back on 21 July 2017, and since then the game has been topping all the charts. Fortnite’s Battle Royale mode became very popular in the US, whereas PUBG was ruling the Asian region.
Recently, the first-ever Fortnite World Cup event concluded, and Bugha was crowned the first solo champion of the game. A 16-year-old ‘Bugha’ was crowned as the Fortnite World Cup solo champion.
He won $3 million prize money as the winner of the championship. The competition also had its first Duos and creative champions who have been listed below.
Duos Champions: nyhrox & aquaa
ProAM: Airwaks & RLGRIME
Bugha was also invited to the popular talk show, The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon and Today’s TV.
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