Fortnite Battle Royale Removes Guided Missile; Other Tweaks Inbound

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When accessed, this mode lets players set their own parameters in Fortnite Battle Royale games, giving them much more control over the sort of experiences they can have. That being said, numerous files seen in their findings have already come to pass in the game, so there are a lot of reasons to feel this report's authenticity.

The "free-to-play" Battle Royale portion of the title was released in September of 2017 and promptly gained popularity over the ensuing months as one of the most well-recognized games across the scene and mainstream culture.

According to someone with knowledge of the studio, DICE is trying to see if they can get a mode similar to that of Fortnite and PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds to work in their upcoming title.

The Battlefield series is a prime candidate to see a Battle Royale mode.

The guided missile was one of the latest weapons to be added into Fortnite Battle Royale, and it brought a whole new element to the game with its remote controlled capabilities. However, in a post today on the official Fortnite subreddit, Epic Games announced that the guided missile would be put "into the vault while we figure out the next steps for its future".

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Another interesting theory is that the meteor won't destroy Tilted Towers, and will instead crash onto the map and produce zombies and other monsters.

As with all popular genres, there's room in the world for more than one example to exist, but that's only possible if there's reason to play one over the other. The key word is "prototype" - this hasn't been greenlit for full development, and is unlikely to be done in time to meet the game's release date later this year.

Both game developers have not given any details but the two games will be coming this year, so the wait is not going to be very long.

"Fortnite: Battle Royale" public relations manager Nick Chester debunked the rumors, taking to Twitter to write that it is "the silliest thing I've ever read".

Players are seeing the Matchmaking button appear in their games since last week's update.

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