The Port-a-Fort is a new grenade-like item that when thrown creates a portable fort that can be uses for a quick defensive position while on the go.
The Fortnite 3.5 update was released this morning at 4AM EST and includes numerous changes for both Battle Royale and Save the World. There's a total of four, with Bullet Storm Jonesy (New Soldier Subclass), Harvester Sarah (New Ninja Subclass), Heavy BASE Kyle, and T.E.D.D.
When you switch to another slow-firing weapon now - including the rocket launcher, hand cannon, revolver, tactical shotgun, pump shotgun, heavy shotgun, bolt-action sniper rifle, hunting rifle, and the crossbow - it will take some time for it to be ready to fire.
The costumes align with many aspects of Fortnite already, as Battle Royale Season 3's theme is space, while Tricera Ops appears to be in response to the popularity behind the first dinosaur themed costume: Rex.
Welbeck's brace helps Arsenal overcome Southampton 3-2 at Emirate
Welbeck should have grabbed the lead for the home side five minutes later but he failed to convert from with the net gaping. The game even ended on a fractious note, with Mohamed Elneny and Jack Stephens both sent off after a late scuffle.
Follows and orbits around the selected player.
Player outlines and nameplates are visible. 50v50 mode has been updated to Version 2. When it was last implemented, games often resulted in small fights everywhere across the map, but to combat that this time and instill the feeling of a huge, epic battle, Epic have given each team a bus that will enter the map from opposite sides. Read on below to find out all of the most recent changes.
You can check out all of the notes for patch v3.5 here, as there is far too many for us to list.