Fortnite Launch Pads were unvaulted in non-competitive playlists Wednesday in Fortnite Patch 11.50.
Fortnite Patch 11.50 wasn't a major patch in terms of new content. Love and War, a special in-game event surrounding a community-made Search and Destroy limited time mode, went live alongside other bug fixes.
Fortnite Launch Pads Unvaulted in Patch 11.50
Launch Pads coming back is a welcomed change for those who missed the added mobility they provided.
Launch Pads are an epic item that go into a player's trap slot. They can be placed down on flat surfaces. Once placed, stepping on a Launch Pad will launch a player into the air simulating a parachute scenario from dropping out of the battle bus.
The height achieved depends on the elevation a player hits a Launch pad from. If the surface underneath the Launch Pad is broken, the pad is also destroyed.
Remember, the Launch Pad is only unvaulted in non-competitive Fortnite playlists.
Fortnite Patch 11.50 Notes: List of Bug Fixes
Here's a list of bug fixes released in Fortnite Patch 11.50:
- Resolved an issue involving some players’ completion of the “Search chests in a single match” Chaos Rising Challenge not being saved
- The “Earn Gold Scavenger Medals” Rippley vs. Sludge Overtime Challenge now tracks progress properly
- The Sidegrading feature is no longer present in competitive playlists.
- Resolved an issue involving new players on consoles having difficulty matchmaking after first linking their Epic account
- Addressed reports of iOS players activating their device’s swipe-up feature when trying to press inventory buttons
Fortnite Patch 11.50 is now live on all platforms.