The Epic Games team has released update 14.20 for Fortnite. Among other things, the patch includes a new limited game mode called Marvel Conquest. Wolverine also celebrates its appearance in the game and can be fought in the Weeping Woods. There are also several events and activities in Fortnite over the next few days.
Epic Games has released the next update for Fortnite. Version 14.20 is now available for download on all platforms (except iOS). Also this week, players can look forward to numerous innovations. Wolverine, for example, will now appear as a boss in the world of Fortnite. The mutant can be found in the Weeping Woods. In addition, Wolverine must be defeated by you as part of a challenge. A skin variant as Logan has also been added.
New limited game mode: Marvel Conquest
For the coming days, the Epic Games team also has the next one limited game mode in Fortnite released – Marvel Conquest. In this mode, two teams compete against each other to take control of multiple outposts. You collect points for successfully capturing or defending these outposts. The storm is in constant motion and even more dangerous.
Birthday, Llama-Rama event and choreography by BTS
Numerous activities are planned in Fortnite over the next few days. Among other things, the Battle Royale mode celebrates its third birthday on September 26th. Epic Games has again prepared some presents here. We have already introduced you to these rewards in another article. In line with the Free-2-Play start of Rocket League, the Llama-Rama event begins on September 26th at 10:00 p.m., where you can unlock items for Fortnite and Rocket League. Also on Saturday, the South Korean band BTS will present the choreography for their new song "Dynamite" in Party Royale. The show takes place at 2:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m.
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