Fortnite's 3.2 Patch Squashes Bugs Alongside Limited-Time Teams of 20 Mode

Fortnite's 3.2 Patch Squashes Bugs Alongside Limited-Time Teams of 20 Mode

One year, 30m units and a record-breaking three million concurrent players later, PUBG Corp's battle royale remains a giant in the gaming space, and by default, a giant in the influencer space.

It's likely that the increase in traffic for Fortnite on Twitch is because Fortnite's developers are much more on-the-ball about the game, such as waiting to put the mode in until the game was actually released and the game was in a stable state (unlike PUBG which put out a "full release" when the game still has a lot of bugs), regular content updates (including a jetpack) and not having almost as bad of a cheating problem as Battlegrounds, which is seeing a sharp drop in players from Chinese hackers that have been ruining many a game since the game was released in that country. The notes contain some odd fixes, such as "Riding a rocket no longer cancels emotes or using consumables" and "Fixed the kitchen cabinets that were placed outside of some houses". So feel free to dance on that thing as it hurtles towards your enemies.

Will you be playing Teams of 20? Also added to the game is the new hero, Wukong, who will be a mythic version of the game's Lunar New Year Berserker soldier. The intimidating biker get-up will surely be a favorite among players, right next to the glorious Dark Voyager skin.

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So it's basically the Fortnite Battle Royale experience you know and love, but with extra heapings of squad-based madness, where cooperation plays a key part in the competition.

Firstly, there's been changes made to the Hunting Rifle.

Included with these additions are a few fixes to some Battle Royale issues that players have been asking about for a while. The patch will also include various bug fixes such as the Hunting Rifle's accuracy now has ideal accuracy and reticle has also been fixed. Aside from these fixes, there aren't really any major fundamental changes apart from the new additions to the game. For more info, you can check out the full patch notes on the official website.