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Fortnite Season 6 unlimited health glitch revealed

Fortnite YouTuber, OrangeGuy, has found a Season 6 exploit that allows players to gain unlimited health. Here’s how to do it.

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Fortnite Season 6 has only been out for a week, but players have already found a way to continually generate health throughout an entire match.

Fortnite is no stranger to glitches. The past two seasons saw players learn how to make cars fly and turn themselves invisible. In fact, the Sand Tunneling feature of Season 5 was disabled for about half of the season due to a popular glitch.

It shouldn’t be a surprise, then, to learn that players have already found a few glitches in Season 6. OrangeGuy, a popular Fortnite YouTuber, revealed an unlimited gold exploit at the beginning of the season. Now, he has one that will give you unlimited health.

Fortnite Season 6 unlimited health glitch

The Fortnite Season 6 unlimited health glitch is surprisingly easy. First, you’ll need to grab some Slurp Mushrooms from the wild, a produce box, or from the garden in Slurpy Swamp (as shown in the video).

You’ll also need a friend to help you complete the glitch. All you need to do is hit a Port-A-Potty to one-shot, eat a Mushroom, jump inside, and have your partner break the Port-A-Potty. The timing has to be perfect, but there are plenty of opportunities to pull it off.

This glitch isn’t game-breaking, necessarily, but it gives you an unlimited pool of health. Opponents won’t even be able to tell what you’re doing, as they’ll assume that you have some sort of healing item in your inventory.

With this exploit, you can completely negate the need to carry any healing items with you. All you’ll need is some shields to top-off and you’re good to go.

Once this exploit is on Epic’s radar, we expect them to remove Slurp Mushrooms or Port-A-Potties while they work on a fix. You might as well use it while you can.

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Crazy Fortnite door exploit sends players flying

A new exploit has been found in Fortnite Season 6, giving players the ultimate mobility with a simple door edit.

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Players have found a new rotation exploit in Fortnite Season 6 that has them flying across the map. Here’s how to do it.

Fortnite has always been prone to exploits – some more broken than others. Most players will remember that sand tunneling was disabled for the bulk of Fortnite Season 5 due to an exploit that made players invisible.

Season 6 is no exception. Players have already found a way to farm unlimited Gold Bars if you don’t care too much about your stats. You can even keep your health ticking up for an entire match if you have a friend by your side for another exploit.

This time, players have found a way to combine rotational items like chickens, Hop Rock Dualies, and Easter Eggs with a simple door edit to send them flying across the map.

Fortnite Door edit exploit

As you can see from the video above, the door exploit is simple. All you need to do is have a low-gravity item like a chicken, Hop Rock Dualies, or Easter Egg. After that, you just need to edit a door, open it, jump on top, and close it.

The one caveat to this exploit is that you have to make sure you’re facing in the right direction. The door will send you flying away from the direction that it’s facing, so make sure you angle yourself correctly.

SypherPK covered this strategy in a recent video, testing all of the different mobility items in the game. As he said, the exploit seems to work better with female characters than it does with male characters.

The Easter Egg in Fortnite is a seasonal item, and will probably leave the game next week. The removal of this item will make the exploit far less common, as you will only be able to use Hop Fish, Exotic Dualies, or a chicken.

This exploit is on the fence of being problematic. It probably won’t ruin the game for people, but is undoubtedly unintended. We’ll have to see if Epic take action on this one.

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Fortnite Season 6 unlimited Gold exploit revealed

A new Fortnite Season 6 exploit allows players to max-out their Gold Bars in only a few minutes. Here’s how it works.

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Fortnite Season 6 unlimited gold

Fortnite Season 6 lowered the Gold Bar cap, making it easier to hit. It’s especially easy with the use of this unlimited Gold exploit.

Fortnite is no stranger to glitches and exploits – especially when new seasons arrive. In Fortnite Season 5, Epic disabled Sand Tunneling for most of the season to prevent an exploit that made players invisible.

This Fortnite Season 6 unlimited Gold exploit is a lot tamer than that. In fact, there’s a strong chance that Epic never patch it out of the game. Let’s get into it.

OrangeGuy unlimited Gold exploit

This exploit comes from YouTuber, OrangeGuy, who is known for posting some of the most game-breaking Fortnite glitches and exploits of all time. This one may be an exploit, but it feels more like a fast Gold farming method since you’ll need to constantly join and leave matches.

The method takes place in Slurpy Swamp, where you’ll grab quests from Slurp Jonesy. The quests are extremely easy and will only take you about a minute to complete – provided that no one lands with you.

The first quest requires you to destroy two Slurp Barrels for 120 Gold. This only takes a few seconds to complete, as there are always some nearby. Next, grab the second quest that has you reaching 100 Health and Shields – an easy task in Slurpy Swamp. This challenge grants you 200 Gold Bars.

After that, you can either leave the game or go to another area and continue questing. As you can see from the length of the video, however, this method will only take you 1:34 to earn 220 Gold Bars.

Of course, this method will require you to care more about your Gold Bar reserves than your stats. Each time you leave a match, it will count as a loss. Your win percentage and K/D will take a hit, but it’s a small price to pay for as much Gold as you can carry.

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Fortnite devs finally respond to longstanding controller inventory bug

After over a year, Epic Games have finally confirmed that they’re investigating the notorious controller inventory bug.

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Fortnite controller players have been complaining about a frustrating inventory bug for well over a year. Finally, after months of silence, Epic have acknowledged the issue.

Fortnite is one of the first and only games to bring cross-platform to competitive play. Controller players on all platforms compete in the same bracket as PC players on mouse and keyboard.

You can mention the advantages and disadvantages of each input, but there are a few things that fall outside of the typical “balance” conversation. One of these things is a bug that has been affecting controller players for well over a year.

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Epic respond to longstanding Fortnite controller bug

This controller inventory bug has been in the game since NICKMERCS was still streaming Fortnite every day.

For the entirety of Fortnite’s lifespan, controller players would open their inventory to find their cursor on their first slot. From there, there was consistency regarding where you wanted to move your weapons and items or drop materials for a teammate.

A bug surfaced over a year ago, causing controller players to have their equipped item be the first thing selected when opening their inventory. What’s worse is that sometimes, multiple items would be selected and it would freeze the screen, forcing you to back out and re-enter the inventory.

Naturally, this led to a lot of frustration within the community. Several Reddit threads popped up showcasing and complaining about the bug, but Epic never seemed to take notice.

This was the case until Redditor gh0stly2 tagged the Epic development team in the comments of one of these posts.”We know you guys see this stuff,” he wrote, “and it’s really unacceptable that this has been in the game for a whole year. Get rid of it.”

To his surprise, the team responded, saying, “Thanks for the tag and bringing to our attention. Eyes on it now,” and confirming that they’re tracking the issue.

At the time of writing, the issue still isn’t posted on the Fortnite Community Issues Trello board, but the Reddit post is only a day old. We expect to see the problem addressed in a future patch, as Epic still need to do some investigating.

This change might be coming a bit late, but it’s good to know that Epic are finally looking into the problem and will be working on a fix. For now, that’s all we can ask.

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