Risky Reels has been replaced by The Block in Fortnite season 7

Emmett Rice
December 8, 2018

Any new season wouldn't be complete without the arrival of new skins, which include Santa-a-like character "Sergeant Winter" and The Ice King.

That's because Epic Games just crushed Risky Reels and replaced it with The Block. Level up your Battle Pass to unlock different Wraps, then equip them in your locker to items like vehicles, shotguns, rifles and more.

These new designs will be sourced from players who are using Fortnite Creative Mode, which means it will be available on all platforms.

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To make it a little easier to travel across the larger map, Epic Games has added a couple of new ways to travel with Stormwing planes and Ziplines. You'll find the most planes at a new location called Frosty Flights, which has a couple of airplane hangers along with a long airstrip. Meanwhile, the submarine can be found in the new Iceberg biome on top of a mountain shown in our screenshot.

Battle Pass owners will also get early access to their own island in Creative: a brand-new place for you to build your dream Fortnite with your friends. Credit for the map goes to the reddit user so give him a shout if you want. Epic Games has posted several teasers over the past week, showing silhouettes of the Battle Pass skins coming for those willing to spend real-world money. Developer in partnership with Chair Entertainment back in 2010, Infinity Blade was the first IOS game to run on the Unreal Engine.

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