Fortnite breaks down Season 3 Battle Royale rewards

Terry Joseph
February 23, 2018

Season 3! Loot lovers will be excited to know that this season's Battle Pass has more tiers, more loot and all new cosmetic rewards.

The Season 3 Battle Pass is now available in-game, featuring new Outfits, Back Bling, Skydiving FX and more! Along with a huge number of changes and additions for both Save the World mode and Battle Royale mode, today also marks the beginning of season 3, which means you can start working toward completing the new Battle Pass right away. If you want to unlock the pass at a faster pace, you can buy the Battle Bundle for 2,800 V-Bucks (in-game currency) to get access the next 25 tiers.

As Fortnite continues to pull ahead of its biggest battle royale rival, PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, Epic Games is gunning hard to keep it that way, with plenty of new content on a regular basis. However, they should note that it is expected to cost around $150, according to Polygon. While no exact date was given, the video's description says that the weapon is "coming soon" to the free-to-play shooter's Battle Royale mode. Season 3 of Save the World shall even witness a new score by music composer Marco Beltrami (Logan, The Hurt Locker, etc.).

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Another new toggleable option called "Auto Change Materials" will do exactly what it sounds like, automatically switching to another building material when the one you are using runs out. With Turbo Building you can hold down the primary fire button to instantly build and place multiple copies of a structure. The new outfits, where some of them are reminding us of Toy Story's Buzz Lightyear, seems quite fun. That's because Epic will also unlock items and rewards in stages, meaning access will be determined by game progression in most cases.

Whether you are a fan of Fortnite or PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, what is beyond doubt is that those games made 2017 the year of the Battle Royale. Check out the Building Improvements! blog here.

Other notable changes include support for 60FPS on consoles (even base PS4 and Xbox One), a non-Valentine's Day skin for the crossbow, and the ability to move for 10 seconds after a victory.

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