Over the course of each season, Fortnite new releases are what keep gamers interested in the game. These upgrades introduce new POIs, spice up the loot pool, and are eagerly anticipated by fans. And now, the Fortnite v21.40 Battle Royale update has arrived in the game, and here’s what players can expect from the third content update of Chapter 3 Season 3.
Fortnite x Dragon Ball collaboration brings four new skins to the game
With the latest update, Fortnite gamers will be able to employ Goku, Vegeta, Beerus, and Bulma in the Fortnite x Dragon Ball collaboration. The most costly skin is Goku, which costs 2,000 V-Bucks to purchase. Vegeta, however, costs 1,800 V-Bucks. Beerus, which costs 1,500 V-Bucks, is the third most costly skin.
If players want Bulma, they will need to spend 1,200 V-Bucks. Outfits will also be available for purchase in packages for players. Goku and Beerus will be in one bundle, while Vegeta and Bulma will be in the other. Players may obtain the characters for less money by buying bundles.
From August 16 until September 17, 2022, fans of the Dragon Ball Super series, as well as those discovering it for the first time, can board a cruise ship created by the team at Vysena Studios, to chill out watching select Dragon Ball Super episodes! Players can find the Dragon Ball Super Episode Festival in Discover, or they can watch a specific episode by using island codes that are coming soon.
Lazy Lagoons return along with the return of Pirate Cannons in Fortnite Battle Royale v21.40 update
The Daily Bugle has been changed into Lazy Lagoon by the Reality Tree! With this modernized version of a POI, flaunt your sea legs.
Gather a crew of two or heave-ho solo for the return of Lazy Lagoon also heralds the appearance of Pirate Cannons. If you and a teammate are both on board, one of you can drive this swashbuckling machine while the other braces himself in the barrel. The player inside the barrel can change the barrel’s course and launch themself whenever they like. Aim for protection from plunder or a distant coffer.
If you’re steering the Pirate Cannon, you can launch an endless amount of cannonballs (with a cooldown between each shot). Alternatively, you can enter the barrel and launch yourself far.
Players will get to play at 90 FPS on Android devices
Fortnite may now be played in 90 frames per second on some Android smartphones. If your device supports it, you may access this option in the settings under the Video tab (the default tab when opening the settings). Your device does not meet the technical requirements if this option is not available on it.
Please be aware that turning this option on may reduce your device’s power and/or cause it to produce more heat. The FPS will drop when this occurs. Players who previously had access to 90 FPS on their device will notice that it has been enabled again.
- The Kamehameha and Nimbus Cloud (Kintoun) items are not in competitive playlists, with the exception of the Tournament of Power.
- Pirate Cannons are not included in competitive playlists.
Major Bug Fixes
- Fixed an issue in which Chest loot at certain locations would come out several meters away or not at all.
- Fixed an issue in which players would sometimes lose an inventory slot when picking up a Chug Cannon.
- Fixed an issue that would sometimes kick players out of Edit Mode.
- Fixed an issue involving players being unable to switch devices for voice chat when not in a match.
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