Battle Royale Mode to be Update with More Points of Interest

Laverne Mann
January 15, 2018

This is largely prompted by the game's free price tag, alongside Epic Games' regular weekly updates ensuring the game is as polished as can be. Similarly, some Fortnite Battle Royale players had reported online issues with the game, though these problems weren't coincidental. For a game that could have just as quickly been forgotten within weeks after launch, its Battle Royale mode has launched the game into the stratosphere and has been a mainstay among the most prominent titles out there.

They previously thought it was light on points of interest and wanted to make more interesting areas for players to drop into all over the map.

With regard to the Holiday Trees, they will be leaving with the change to the map, but Williamson assures players that other seasonal treasure chests and such feature in future.

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Williamson also shared that certain areas of the map are about to become more clearly defined once the new update is applied.

Epic Games is also doubling down on themes for different regions of the map, explaining that the map will now be divided into different biomes, each with its own unique personality. Williamson has already revealed two of those, the swamps and the mountains.

Fortnite's Battle Royale mode, for all the controversy that initially surrounded it, has found a solid footing within the genre. This is in addition to unspecified quality-of-life improvements that are described as a "work-in-progress".

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