Take a look at what to expect in the next Fortnite content update, v12.11.

We haven’t heard an official announcement at the time of writing, but it’s fair to assume that we’ll get a Fortnite content update on Tuesday, March 10.

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v12.20 will probably be held until next week. We saw two weeks’ worth of challenges leaked in the v12.10 patch, which means there probably won’t be downtime until next Tuesday.

Assuming that there will be a content update tomorrow – announcement or no – let’s take a look at what we can expect.

Bug Fixes

Bug fixes are the only sure-thing in any Fortnite update. Most of the current bugs are listed as ‘Investigating’ on the Fortnite Community Issues Trello board, so there might not be a ton of improvements this week.

The following bugs are listed as ‘Fixed in Next Game Update’ on the board, so we could see them addressed this week. There is a chance that they don’t get fixed until v12.20, however.

  • Unable to place trap if trap icon hasn’t finished loading.
  • Unable to resume Auto-Sprint on PlayStation 4.
  • Rails on the Yacht Prefab are displaced when placing the Prefab (Creative)
  • Vault Banner is missing from locker

Helicopters?

The big news, coming out of v12.10, was the addition of more helipads to Fortnite, along with mentions of helicopters in the game files.

According to the Fortnite leaks, the Helicopters will have 1,500 HP and will be able to boost. The good news is that they, reportedly, won’t have any weapons attached to them.

Will we be getting helicopters in the next content update? No one knows, but it’s on the table.

New item or weapon

Another leak from the v12.10 update revealed two new weapons in the game files. A revamped Scoped AR and Slug Shotgun were mentioned, and one of them could be coming with the next content update.

We also saw the ‘Disguise Kit’ leaked in the original Season 2 game files. This has yet to enter the game, so there’s a chance that we get it in the next content update or patch.

We’ll keep you posted when the content update goes live, so stay tuned for more information.

Jimmy is a passionate gamer and lover/hater of all things Fortnite. Good comms on Twitter @JimmyDangus.