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Fortnite x Mayhem taps Borderlands 3 for crossover event

Fortnite x Mayhem taps Borderlands 3 for crossover event

In addition to today's content update, Epic has also announced a new crossover event for Fortnite. Borderlands 3 is the subject of this latest crossover, which makes a lot of sense given the fact that its release date is on the horizon. As with all crossovers, there will be cosmetics to unlock and purchase, but this time around, the map is changing as well.

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Fortnite v10.20 patch notes reveal the Shield Bubble

Fortnite v10.20 patch notes reveal the Shield Bubble

Another Tuesday has arrived, which means another batch of Fortnite patch notes. We're getting another new item today, and instead of dealing out damage, this new item is all about playing defense. It's called the Shield Bubble, and it gives you a place to take refuge from gunfire and explosives. It isn't entirely impenetrable though, so even when taking cover within it, you're not completely safe.

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Fortnite ‘god mode’ BRUTE exploit makes players invincible

Fortnite ‘god mode’ BRUTE exploit makes players invincible

Every so often, a Fortnite player discovers a bug that gives them some sort of competing edge, though rarely are they capable of giving the player a Victory Royale. A newly discovered exploit involving the BRUTE mech suit and Junk Rift items is of the rarest variety, transforming players into unkillable victory machines.

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At long last, Fortnite’s BRUTE mechs have been nerfed

At long last, Fortnite’s BRUTE mechs have been nerfed

If there's been a running theme to Fortnite season X so far, it's been "everybody hates the BRUTE mechs." While you'd be hard pressed to find someone who'd complain about rideable mechs in general, the way BRUTEs have been implemented has led players to complain that they're oppressively overpowered. Epic has tried to tweak the BRUTE at various points throughout the season, but complaints of the mechs being OP persisted.

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Fortnite ‘Career’ player stats disabled: Here’s what we know

Fortnite ‘Career’ player stats disabled: Here’s what we know

Fortnite players are able to monitor their game performance throughout entire game seasons using the 'Career' page on their game account. This page lists the number of matches the player has participated in, how many of these they have won, the times they came in one of the top slots, and more. Epic has temporarily disabled these pages, setting all of the data to zero.

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Fortnite v10.10 patch notes have an answer to BRUTE mechs

Fortnite v10.10 patch notes have an answer to BRUTE mechs

Ever since Fortnite season X released, players have been frustrated to no end by the game's BRUTE mechs. These mechs are season X's new vehicles, and while they're pretty spiffy looking, they're also quite overpowered according to many in the Fortnite community. Though BRUTE mechs have gone through a number of changes since the season released, players are still unhappy with them, but with today's patch those frustrated players may have a better way to fight back.

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Fortnite’s first tournament with BRUTE mech suits starts tomorrow

Fortnite’s first tournament with BRUTE mech suits starts tomorrow

Tomorrow will be the first official day of Epic Games' latest competition series, the Fortnite Champion Series. The game has had a number of controversies related to past tournaments, including the overpowered Infinity Blade that enabled players to absolutely slaughter their opponents. This weekend's event will likely prove more controversial, however, because it'll be the first round of competitive matches featuring the BRUTE mech suit.

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Epic explains why it’s keeping controversial Fortnite BRUTE mech suit

Epic explains why it’s keeping controversial Fortnite BRUTE mech suit

Epic Games has finally published a statement explaining why it added the controversial BRUTE mech suit to its battle royale game and why it remains available despite complaints from players. Fortnite, the company said in a statement today, was designed 'to bring players of all skill levels together to have a fun experience where anyone can win.' The BRUTE mech suit helps achieve that goal by enabling lower skill players to get more eliminations.

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Fortnite v10.10 patch notes: Retail Row, new LTM, and BRUTE tweaks

Fortnite v10.10 patch notes: Retail Row, new LTM, and BRUTE tweaks

Following the slight delay it experienced, Epic has released Fortnite update version 10.10, bringing a large number of changes, including the previously promised tweaks to its mostly hated BRUTE mech suit vehicle. Upon updating, players now have access to another classic game location, Retail Row, as well as a new Limited Time Mode, Rift monsters, and more.

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Epic reveals new Fortnite v10.10 update plan after delay

Epic reveals new Fortnite v10.10 update plan after delay

On Monday, Epic announced that it had to delay the Fortnite version 10.10 game update due to the discovery of last-minute bugs, though it didn't say what those bugs were. The company wasn't able to offer the new update release plans because it hadn't, at that time, determined how long it would take to fix the issues. A single day later, the company is back with all the details on its v10.10 plans.

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Fortnite update v10.10 delayed: Epic finds last-minute bugs

Fortnite update v10.10 delayed: Epic finds last-minute bugs

We're only hours away from the Fortnite version 10.10 game update's release time...or, at least we were until Epic discovered a bug at the very last minute. The company has been forced to delay game update v10.10 so that it has enough time to fix this bug. That means the overpowered mech suit tweak will be delayed slightly, as will the other changes Epic has planned for this release.

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Fortnite’s BRUTE mechs are getting a competitive nerf

Fortnite’s BRUTE mechs are getting a competitive nerf

Ever since Fortnite season X launched a couple of weeks ago, the new BRUTE mechs have dominated discussion about the game. In short, a lot of people believe the mechs are overpowered, and some are worried about the implication their presence will have competitive play throughout the course of the season. Epic has already done some things to address those concerns, but now it's going one step further by restricting how often BRUTEs will appear in competitive modes.

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