The holiday season is officially here, and Epic Games are Ringing at the Christmas period with what’s predicted to be the last patch of 2019, the v11.31 Update that is dwell on PC, Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch and cellular devices.
Fortnite players are Eagerly anticipating the launch of Winterfest, a fresh event that replaces the 14 Days of Fortnite extravaganza that happened over the festive season in 2018.
Even though That the v11.31 Update is now live on all platforms, so it seems Christmas has not struck Fortnite quite just yet, though escapes suggest it will not be much away.
Zone Wars yields
The Headline inclusion in the v11.31 Update thus much is the yield of this Zone Wars LTM. Zone Wars allows players to make their very own situations in a contest against competitions and friends to find out who could be group standing or the player.
There are just two Zone Wars manners, with Party FFA both creating an appearance and Solo FFA, along with four channels in.
The four Zone Wars LTM Maps are:
- Desert by JotaPeGame
- Downhill River by Enigma
- Vortex by Zeroyahero
- Colosseum by Jesgan
The headline attraction to this update is Winterfest, a special holiday event that sees Fortnite take on a special Christmas theme to get everyone in the mood for the holiday season.
Winterfest offers players with free gifts throughout the Christmas period, with skins, pickaxes, emotes, Gliders and more all up for grabs inside the Winterfest Lodge.
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Also found inside the Lodge are the Winterfest Challenges, which task players with completing a challenge every day in exchange for rewards and XP.
Finally, some of your favorite weapons and Limited Time Modes are also coming back as part of the ‘Home for the Holidays’ event, which sees them escape from the Vault between December 18 and January 2.
We’re also expecting to see the Fortnite Chapter 2 map covered in snow, and a number of new locations including a ski building, a hotel, and more sprout up on the Fortnite map, but again, there is no sign of these at the moment.
Thanks to data miner HYPEX though, we already know what the map will look like when covered in a layer of the white stuff. You can view the aerial image of the snow-covered Fortnite map below.