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- Fortine Season 6 is comming: Fun & mysteries The new Fortnite era is coming! Season 5 lives out its last days (or even hours), and Season 6 is stepping on its heels.
This new season is already thrilling us with teasers and guesses. What new skins will appear there? What new locations to discover in Fortnite Season 6? Holding breath, we all wait for Thursday to come.
September, 27 is the date of the official release of Fortnite Season 6. Prepare your controllers and keyboards, have a good sleep on the eve of, and accumulate all your internal resources for the fierce fight!
Season 6: there’s not much time for guesses
The official Fortnite twitter message claims: “All great parties need a DJ”. Ok, we won’t call in question this fact, but what on earth does it mean?
Maybe the hint is hidden in the Season 6 poster? The lama depicted on it is really looking like a DJ. And likely this is one of the new characters we are going to meet in Season 6.
Another guess comes with another Fortnite Season 6 poster.
Are they trying to say that the events are going to take place on the Wild West? A cowgirl with a bandana upon her face is probably the next new skin for the Season 6. Should we also anticipate a Wild West location on the map?
Among other map concepts, there is an idea about Crazy Castle comeback. This will lead to medieval characters emergence for sure.
Some fans presume that Season 6 will be packed with the wildest maps of the mirror universe and will even consider time-traveling.
We can only say for sure (for 99,9%, to be exact) that the Fortnite Season 6 is going to offer the location somehow connected with Kevin’s relocation. Kevin is a giant purple cube rolling through the Season 5. For a few previous weeks, it spun around the map and left large runes in a few places. These purple runes cause a large circular field with low gravity around them. Isn’t it a clue for the Season 6?
There are more questions than the answers. However, there’ not long to wait.
Fortnite Season 6: prepare the ground
Except for a good sleep before the release date and comfortable gaming place, you can prepare yourself for the Season 6 with good investments in Fortnite.
As every season before, Fortnite Season 6 will consist of a free and a paid version. The paid one will cost approximately $ 9.99 with many skins included. It is undoubtedly one of the best investments in Fortnite.
So if you earned some amount of V-Bucks in Season 5, simply use them to improve your Season 6 gaming experience.
Prepare to face new challenges, along with new skins, map locations, and abundance of purple. DJ llama or The Cowgirl? Parallel universe or Crazy Castle? Who cares? Season 6 is going to be abso-fortnite-lutely awesome!
- Rex Bishop
- Fortnite V6.02 PATCH NOTES Bug Fixes
Addressed a disk performance issue on Xbox One which was causing buildings and cosmetics to load in slowly. This will also reduce load times.
This fix will result in a larger patch download than usual (around 10GB).
Removed a change that was inadvertently introduced in v6.01 which caused Bonesy to bark more than was intended.
Fixed an issue that caused moving circles to be closer to the previous safe zone than intended.
Fixed some hitches on Switch caused by blocking loads of UI data.
Increased the texture pool size on Xbox One, which should avoid some issues with blurry textures and improve rendering performance.
Skull Trooper styles have a visual issue when viewing the Outfit from the Locker.
The Outfit still appears properly in-game.
This issue will be fixed next patch.
Limited time mode for Battle Royale: DISCO DOMINATION
Two groups fight it out.
Respawning will be turned on until the third (final) storm circle.
Five dance floors will show up on the outline at whatever point the storm isn't moving.
Emoting on a dance floor when no enemies are present will raise a disco ball in the centre of the floor, and capture it for your team.
The more neighborly players moving on a floor, the quicker it'll be captured.
Once a floor is captured, it will begin filling the team’s “dance bar” on the HUD, until either an enemy stands on it or the current storm timer ends and the storm begins to move. The first team to fill their dance bar to 100% will win the match.
The dance floors in the later stages of the match fill the bar more quickly, so don't give up if your team is behind!
It is not possible to build on or over the dance floors, but they can be protected by surrounding them with a fort.
Glider redeploy is activated in this mode, press jump while falling to use your glider.
This mode uses 50v50 levels of loot and resources.
- Rex Bishop