The Season 5 mystery outfit still hasn't been revealed or datamined just yet and if it's anything like the skin we got in Season 4 - "The Visitor" for those who don't remember - then it's likely we won't see this until Week 7.
Here's everything we know about Fortnite Season 5-including its new Paradise Palms, desert and Lazy Links locations. And, as this isn't labeled as a "Hard" Season 5 Battle Pass challenge, you can expect it to be relatively easy. Once Season 5 of Fortnite comes online later today, we will report back with how the map has changed, and what the new theme of the game is like. What's more, the roof acts as a bounce pad although you'll probably have more fun driving them through rifts.
There are also a notable number of rifts still lurking around the map. Passengers can also lean forward and back to manipulate the vehicle into maneuvering around objects and heighten jumps. The ATK is basically a ruggedized golf cart that enables speed boosts when drifting. The patch notes state that there's a brand-new desert biome, which could be a re-skin of the entire map (or part of it). However, the first storm circle will now only ever do 1 damage, no matter how long you're stuck in it. We can now forget about slugging up a hill with our shopping trolleys because this new buggie is fully motorised. While the list of changes is fairly extensive, one notable addition to the Switch version is gyroscope aiming.
Perhaps one of the biggest changes occurred in the Moisty Mire part of the map, which doesn't look so moist anymore. "Fortnite" players will now earn XP when they revive their teammates in 50vs50 and Teams of 20 matches, according to Engadget. You can toggle the mode in the settings menu at anytime.
Almost ten months after its release, Fortnite: Battle Royale continues to be a massive success.