Fortnite: Battle Royale improves the building system

Posted February 23, 2018

When you buy the Season 3 Battle Pass, you'll instantly unlock a batch of great in-game rewards including the new Mission Specialist Outfit!

Epic Games has revealed details for Fornite's Season 3 Battlepass and it'll be much more content rich than the game's previous pass.

For those unfamiliar with the Battle Pass, it's a tiered progression system of free cosmetics that can be purchased with in-game V-bucks.

Epic detailed the latest changes for its Battle Royale mode of Fortnite, all focused on building structures faster and with less restrictions. However, these are not official patch notes, as they haven't been shared, yet.

We've hammered down some upgrades... turbo building, automatic material change and more!

Thanks to an early "Fortnite: #Battle Royale" leak, fans have just found out that there is going to be even more new content coming to this online #Multiplayer Video Game.

The other feature is called "auto-change materials", and will automatically switch to another material when one runs out.

To support rapid building, Epic said that it's also changing where and how players will be able to build.

The new music will be written by Marco Beltrami (whose credits include Logan, The Hurt Locker) and Pinar Toprak (who has worked on Krypton and Justice League). Epic Games will implement this feature to the player-versus-environment mode in Fortnite at some point in the future. This leak happened on Reddit when a user discovered a picture on the front page of Amazon advertising the new content.

The answer is "not that many" because I kind of suck at Fortnite: Battle Royale and usually die for more mundane reasons. Whether you play on a PS4, PS4 Pro, Xbox One or Xbox One X, you can now experience the game in a smooth 60 frames per second.

The hoverboard is also making its debut in Save the World mode, saving you energy as you explore each zone.

Epic GamesPromo image for "Fortnite's" Battle Pass season 3. Epic's upcoming building improvements seem meant to pick up the pace of construction in order to keep the flow of combat moving.