Fortnite is known for introducing new content with each update. In Epic Games’ battle royale, players need to fight off each other on an island to emerge the winner. The constant updates and changes and the addition of new content frequently are what keep the game interesting for the players even after all this time. The latest addition in Fortnite during the Winterfest 2022 update is Giant Snowball and one can use them as cover from their enemies. Here’s how players can hide in these Giant Snowballs.
Giant Snowballs in Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 1
Winterfest 2022 in Fortnite started on 13 December 2022 and will go on till 3 January 2023. It is the holiday special update for Christmas and thus has a snowy and festive theme. Along with the update comes a lot of snowy and holiday-themed items and gifts too. One of the new items is giant snowballs, which are the new environmental item in the game.
Players who don’t want to be seen by others or need cover in a tight spot during a fight can use this item for their safety. It is also a good option to use when somebody as to go AFK as this will make them not visible to others and thus the chances of getting eliminated reduced significantly.
How to use Giant Snowball as cover in Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 1
To use giant snowballs in the game, players will need to first build one up. To do that they’ll first need to use their pickaxe to hammer at the ground constantly to conjure up a snowball. They’ll need to hammer constantly till it is big enough and a “Hide” prompt pops up. This will mean that the snowball is ready for use and the players can get inside it.
Players can hide inside the snowballs as long as they are stationary as they will disintegrate if they start moving or as soon as it touches water. If anyone notices a giant snowball, they should know that they don’t appear randomly by themselves which means somebody is nearby or inside the snowball itself and that they should be on high alert.
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