With our next update not until after the end of Season 4, we came up with five much-needed changes in the next Fortnite update.
We know that the next update will not take place until after the Chapter 2 Season 4 end of the season event which takes place Dec. 1 at 4 p.m. EST. We have already come up with five things that we want in Chapter 2 Season 5 of Fornite, so this list will be slightly different and focus on smaller changes that typically come with the frequent updates.
5 Much-Needed Changes in Next Fortnite Update
1. Add in Tilted Town as a LTM
Tilted Town was added into the game during Fortnite Chapter 1 Season 10 to replace the legendary Tilted Towers. It was an old western-themed point of interest where players could not place any builds. Some of the weapons in Tilted Town were the six-shooter pistol, the double barrel shotgun, and the hunting rifle. It was a contested drop zone, but you didn't have to worry about someone cranking 90s to the height limit, or triple editing you before you can blink. It would be great if Epic created a 25-player LTM on some of the old POIs that Fortnite OGs miss.
2. Allow Players to Que up in Arena Without Going Back to the Lobby
This is definitely "first world problems." But it would be nice if players could immediately queue up for the next Arena match without having to go back to the lobby after each game. Understandably, players would have to retreat back to the lobby after moving into the next division, but outside of that, let us queue up in-game!
3. More Rift Spawns
This is very similar to one of our suggestions for what we want in Chapter 2 Season 5 of Fortnite. But if they do not listen to our suggestion of adding in Rift-To-Gos or the wind tunnels, at least drop in more rift spawns throughout the map. It will make rotating much more enjoyable and less like a chore.
4. Buff the Fuel Levels on Cars
Mobility. Mobility. Mobility. The fuel life on some of the cars in the game can be a tease at times. There is nothing worse than rotating with the storm on your heels, finding a car, just for the car to run out of gas in mere seconds. A simple buff to allow cars to run 30-45 seconds does not seem like it would cause madness in the game.
5. Unvault ReDeploy (Contingency)
This suggestion is contingent upon Epic Games keeping Stark Industries in the game. If Epic removes or destroys that part of the map during the battle with Galactus, this suggestion goes out the window. But if the elevated part of the map stays in the game, then redeploy needs to make a return. Rotating with Zip Lines leaves players as sitting ducks, and there have been too many instances of players dying from fall damage when they drive a car off the cliff.
Epic Games has been great as of late with its content updates, new skins and tournaments. These are a few of our suggestions, and some of them can be addressed in various ways.
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