Fortnite update 13.30 is here, and they have the patch notes you have to find out about to perceive what bug fixes and new highlights have been included.
In any case, while the intensely reputed new expansion everybody is discussing, Fortnite vehicles, haven’t showed up today, we have a lot of motivation to accept that they’ll be here very soon.
Season 3 commenced with a fight pass trailer that not just flaunted the new overflowed Fortnite map, yet additionally the new option of driveable vehicles that you and your crew could use to get around the map—some more clear looking streets appear to have developed in the recently changed island. So while we may need to sit tight somewhat longer for the lead expansion, here are the new things we can get to holds with today.
Fortnite update 13.30: What you have to know
While we hold on to get in Fortnite’s quick line, we are very Summer Splash LTMs to prop us up. Entering the pivot this week is Payback, Catch, and One Shot. There will likewise be another snare and more Floppers
At that point there’s a last Build-A-Brella challenge and some more undertakings equipped around group play, which bodes well if vehicles go live in the not so distant future—more on that further down.
There are likewise a couple of changes to the Fortnite season 3 map. Eagle-eyed at players will see a few territories rising increasingly out of the water as water levels retreat: Spots like Pleasant Park and Craggy Cliffs appear to be essentially back to ordinary.
Fortnite map changes
13.30 is anything but an enormous update, however it includes another sort of gas station that (we accept) will permit players to gas up cars…when we get vehicles later. These service stations can be found over the map in a some areas.
Obviously, the waterline along a couple of irrelevant zones has likewise retreated. We saw a couple of new stretches of island in the northern stretches of the map, close to the lighthouse.
Fortnite fix notes 13.30: Bug fixes
While Epic Games hasn’t point by point them on their official site as they have done before, we have a thought of what they’ve been really going after gratitude to their Trello board.
Each update includes a yellow bar perusing “fixed in the next game update.” So while that is certainly not a 100 percent affirmation that each bug fix will be remembered for this update, we’re quite happy with incorporating these in our rundown.
Fixed: Whirlpools briefly being disabled, so prepare to fly into the air once more.
Fixed: Slow glider speeds after players redeploy in specific circumstances.
Fixed: The XP bar being outwardly inaccurate during matches, making players think they stepped up in any event, when they really hadn’t.
Fixed: Ocean’s Bottomless Chug Jug being not able to be gotten while reviving whenever dropped by another player.
Fixed: Added a workaround to an issue with gracefully drops at the Authority area not opening after players search them. On the off chance that you shoot it now, it should open, Epic says.
Fixed: Replaced a wrecked “collect floating rings at Steamy Stacks” challenge with a fundamental “search ammo boxes at Fortilla” challenge. The issue was obviously progressively present on PCs with lower settings.
Fixed: Black square shapes showing up behind player character when pivoting in the storm.
Fixed: An issue with gliding, including the Launch Pad or Jules’ Glider Gun, not working around the Authority.
What happened to vehicles?
Epic still can’t seem to state anything official about vehicles in Fortnite, and they don’t seem, by all accounts, to be in the game yet following the dispatch of the Fortnite 13.30 fix notes.
Despite the fact that information excavator HypeX uncovered some proof expressing they’d show up on July 21, it would seem that we’ll need to hold up somewhat longer before we can get in the driver’s seat.
Nonetheless, it would appear that we won’t be standing by long if the spilled week 6 difficulties are to be accepted. One of them, as indicated by FNinformation is to ‘Gas up a vehicle at Catty Corner’, so vehicles might be initiated in-game not long before the next objectives go live on July 23.