FortniteThe latest season kicked off by removing player buildability, one of the game’s defining features. While the new game mode has caused some controversy among players, one blog post from developer Epic Games has revealed that the no-build mode is still here.
Starting today, Epic Games will add the Zero Build game mode Fortnite, as the name suggests, removes the build entirely in exchange for a different set of tweaks. Players in the Zero Build corridor will have Overshields recharged, access to Ascenders that instantly elevate them to aerial pits and mantles. To send home the point that this game mode is made for fast-paced matches, the sprint speed in Zero Build is increased even more Fortniteof the default mode.
Zero Build also includes all other additions for Fortnite included in its latest season. Players can take on the gates, install turrets, wield two new weapons, and use the IO Titan Tank cannon system.
Permanently additional game mode for Fortnite There shouldn’t be too many surprises. Epic Games previously added other limited time modes to Fortniteincluding Team Rumble.
Likewise, it seems that removing the build mechanic doesn’t keep players away Fortnite. While we can’t tell how many players the game has, a donation run by Epic Games and Xbox has shown how much money the game is making. Three days after the announcement of the drive, the money transfer was done by both companies Fortnite Over four humanitarian organizations working in Ukraine, Epic Games announced that a total of $50 million has been raised.