Have you always wanted to play Fortnite as an OG Renegade Raider or Ghoul Trooper? Well, now you have the chance – sort of.
Fortnite YouTuber, Glitch King, recently released a video that shows players how to use Mystiques built-in emote to steal any skin from your friend. Unfortunately, this exploit only works in Creative Mode and Battle Lab.
To complete the glitch, you need to hop into a Creative or Battle Lab game with a friend while wearing the Mystique skin. Keep in mind that you need to complete the “Awakening” challenges first to unlock the required emote.
Once in the match, all you need to do is kill a player, use the Mystique emote to steal the skin, and respawn. After that, you can leave the Creative Island and join any of the others while keeping the skin you stole.
The same glitch works in Battle Lab as well. Here, you just need to kill someone, emote, and return to the hub. After that, shooting players and receiving damage won’t cause you to transform.
This is a relatively innocuous glitch, so we don’t expect a patch any time soon. You can’t use it in regular Fortnite matches, but you can join forces with a friend who has a rare skin to battle people in Creative Fill.
You can also use it to see how you like a particular skin before buying or unlocking it. We don’t expect this to be ban-worthy at all, as it has nothing to do with competitive integrity and is only available in private modes. Hopefully, you find an entertaining use for it.
Fortnite ‘dancing car’ bug gives way to new competitive strategy
Players are already finding a way to us new dancing cars bug/feature to their advantage in Fortnite.
The Fortnite v14.30 update introduced a strange bug into the game that almost all players have now encountered. It’s difficult to even classify this as a bug, as it’s so quirky that Epic could have put it into the game on purpose.
We’re, of course, talking about the “dancing cars” glitch that seems to happen at least every other match. When you enter and exit a car, that car will – sometimes – begin to dance as if it was possessed. In fact, this could be an early Fortnitemares feature – we won’t know until the full update goes through.
Whether this is an intended feature or not, it’s making waves on Fortnite Twitter and Reddit. Clips of players dancing next to a jumping car are around every corner, these days, and competitive players are learning to adapt.
A dancing car is almost always an empty car since player-driven cars don’t react in this way. Because of this fact, players commonly ignore these cars in competitive lobbies.
During a recent stream, Clix and his squad encountered a plethora of dancing cars and decided to use them to their advantage. They sat in the three passenger’s seats and let the car jump while players rotated around them. Even if their opponents wanted to engage them, it would have been very difficult to hit their shots from any kind of distance.
This strategy didn’t work as well as it could’ve for Clix, Bizzle, and Illest, but that was because the dancing car forced them underwater – pushing them out of the car and into harm’s way. Without the water, they could sit there, safely, while all of their opponents used materials to rotate.
The trio stayed safe inside of their cars and saved all of their materials for the next zone. This isn’t the first time we’ve seen players use cars for free rotations, but the dancing effect on the cars makes them even safer. Not only are dancing cars a surefire sign that no one is inside, but the movement makes anyone hiding within them far more difficult to hit.
Again, we won’t know whether or not this is an intended feature until the full release of Fortnitemares. It seems like it could be in the game for the duration of the FNCS, though, so keep an eye out for this new strategy.
The Midas Flopper inventory bug and how to fix it
The Midas Flopper is causing an inventory glitch in Fortnite. Here’s how to fix it.
Epic changed a lot in Fortnite Season 4 – not the least of which was the fishing system. The first three seasons of Chapter 2 offered three fish to catch. Now, there are dozens.
The rarest fish of the bunch – not counting the Mythic Goldfish – is the Midas Flopper. This Flopper, reportedly, has a 1% spawn rate and can only be found in the waters surrounding The Authority. Players are spending hours in Battle Lab just to find their first one.
The Midas Flopper is one of the most powerful items in the game, as it turns every applicable item in your inventory gold. You even gain a free Legendary Scar or Pump Shotgun if you don’t have one already.
Unfortunately, there’s a bug with the Midas Flopper that has the exact opposite effect. Instead of turning your inventory gold, it removes all of the weapons you’re carrying.
Thankfully, players found a couple of workarounds to fix this bug. You can place a trap on a nearby structure, as you’ll see in the video, below, or pick up another weapon. Both methods fix the bug with the rare Flopper.
This bug is particularly troubling because of the rarity of the Midas Flopper. Known bugs that affect common items also tend to have widely-known workarounds. The Midas Flopper is so rare, though, that even the most dedicated Fornite player might not know about this bug or how to fix it.
Hopefully, you’re reading this guide before catching your first Midas Flopper. It would be quite a shame to have your excitement curbed by watching your whole inventory vanish before your eyes.
Fortnite Wolverine bug deletes items in your inventory
Wolverine’s built-in emote is deleting inventory items in all Fortnite game modes.
After much anticipation, October 1 brought us out first chance to play as Wolverine in Fortnite. You’ll need to complete all of the challenges and find and kill Wolverine – a surprisingly tall task – but all of this will reward you his skin and some additional styles.
All of the Marvel heroes in Season 4 have specific built-in emotes. Wolverine is no different, but players soon noticed an issue with Wolverine’s emote. When you used it in Save the World, it would delete one of your items.
The Fortnite Status Twitter account even acknowledged the problem and warned people not to use Wolverine’s emote in this game mode.
Unfortunately, later in the day, some Battle Royale players began to notice the same problem. One player took a clip of the bug, which was later shared by data miner, iFireMonkey.
In the clip, you can see the player use Wolverine’s emote – only to have the Wolverine ability disappear from their inventory. We have no idea why this is happening, but it doesn’t appear to be isolated to Save the World.
This glitch can be particularly problematic for controller and console players, who often keep an AR or shotgun in their first slot. One, simple emote could remove one of the most necessary items from your loadout.
For now, all we can do is advise players not to use Wolverine’s build-in emote in any mode. We’ll keep you posted when Epic have a fix for this bug.
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