A small, unannounced content update hit Fortnite today. Here are all of the changes that came along with it.
Unsurprisingly, Epic made a small content update to Fortnite that brought some bug fixes along with a couple of updated styles for the NFL skins ahead of the Super Bowl.
As was the case for the Rams and Patriots last year, the 49ers and Chiefs now have Super Bowl LIV selectable styles in your locker.
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This wasn’t the only cosmetic that came with the update, however. We also got a leaked emote that will be coming to the game. I could be wrong, but I’m guessing that this one had something to do with the Tik Tok Emote Royale. You can see the new NFL styles and emote below, courtesy of ShiinaBR.
We also saw several bug fixes come to the game – most notably the return of Ziplines. Players were getting tired of landing at towers, only to find that they had to jump to their death to get down.
There were a lot of bug fixes for such a small content update. Epic fixed ten bugs in total, including several problems with the editing system. The bug fixes included in this content update are as follows:
- Ziplines temporarily disabled due to issue.
- Unintentionally editing building pieces through floors.
- Can’t edit structures when looking straight down.
- No sound on PC.
- Quick Bar inadvertently defaulted off on all platforms.
- Overtime Challenge “Visit different bus stops” not tracking for all bus stops.
- Star Wars Legacy entries disappeared.
- “F” key not enabling proper movement after direction remap.
- Editing quickly can cause players to remain in Edit mode.
- Sniper Rifle crosshairs may disappear when players fall into a Hideout.
There has been no news of Fortnite v11.50 since Epic’s blog post last week. It’s unclear whether or not they’re planning to make these sweeping changes before the start of Season 2.
Leaks and official statements allude to the idea that v12.00 might be the next major patch. We’ll have to wait and see, of course.