Fortnite v5.10 Patch Notes

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Epic is throwing a little in-game party to celebrate Fortnite's first birthday. One of these challenges is to dance in front of birthday cakes, but the challenge is not working for some players.

v5.10 drops tomorrow on Fortnite's first birthday, which is bringing a bevy of festivities to the game.

You can now find birthday cakes dotted about the map with consumable pieces next to them. You can claim them by completing the in-game challenges and quests.

As part of this week's update Epic Games seems to have added a new mini-game in the shape of clay-pigeon shooting (or Skeet Shooter).

Update: Epic has said you're going to have to wait until the store refreshes until the Challenges unlock for some players.

However, on the completion of all three challenges, the players will receive a new black bling.

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No release time has been revealed by Epic Games, so fans will want to keep an eye on the Fortnite social media feeds.

Playground will now come with some new options that let you select teams, enabling practice sessions or impromptu events with other players. Each slice gives players +5 health and +5 shield when eaten.

Where are the Fortnite Birthday cakes locations? You'll have until August 7 to complete them.

The last big piece of content arriving in the latest Season 5 patch is a new legendary weapon, the Compact SMG, a high capacity, fast-firing firearm that excels in close range combat. As it turns out, the new update marks the return of the beloved Playground LTM, which has received a facelift and even more features to mess around with.

A full list of changes will be included in the game's 5.10 patch notes, Epic also confirmed.

We don't know for how long Playground or the birthday-related changes will be available.

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