Fortnite: Port-a-Fortress Removed, Shadow Stones Return

Fortnite: Port-a-Fortress Removed, Shadow Stones Return

Fortnite: Port-a-Fortress Removed, Shadow Stones Return

There are also a new item called shadow stones, which when consumed turn your into a sort of ghost - you move faster, jump higher, can pass through walls, and turn invisible when you stand still - but you can't use your normal weapons.

Season 6 of Fortnite certainly kicked off with a bang.

Season six doesn't disappoint, with massive alterations to the Battle Royale map, adorable pets that accompany you into battle, and lots more.

When you purchase the Battle Pass, you'll immediately gain two of season 6's skins: Calamity and DJ Yonder, which were two skins that featured in Epic's teasers for season 6.

Eventually it made its way to Loot Lake where it promptly melted and formed a odd, bouncy purple layer on top of the water's surface for a number of days. Its weekly updates bring new content and game modes that make it near impossible for players to get bored.

Here are are the details of the new areas that you can explore. Check out our guide on the new map changes in Fortnite. That seems to be the mantra at Epic Games today as they've added one item back into Fortnite and taken another way.

Doing so will unlock the Secret Battle Star and allow you to see it when you get to its location. These pets look incredibly cute, much like you would expect things to work on Fortnite, and they even react to different conditions, like when you are in a fight. This maximises the time that you can search a red heatmap area, and probably won't run into too many other people. Sony has rolled out a beta to enable cross-platform play on the PlayStation 4 for Fortnite.

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