Fortnite: Patch Notes 6.30 and Food War


The 6.30 update of Fortnite brings the long-awaited war of food trailers.

The limited time mode of Food War presents a new way of playing Fortnite. Players will represent the Pizza Pit or Durrr Burger team to protect their own mascots from the restaurant, Tomato Head and Durrr Burger.

The two teams will be separated by a wall for several minutes. They have to build structures to protect their mascot before the wall falls and the opposing team can attack it. The team that destroy the mascot of the first opponent wins the match. A real culinary war.

Players may reappear in Food Warfare mode, and all explosive weapons are disabled.

Along with the limited-time Food War mode, Epic has also added a new solo event called Lightning: Vulture Championship. The developer said that these championships will be used to test new time-limited modes. "The Vulture will test various gameplay settings: reduced material limit, faster material collection, and lifetime gains with eliminations," Epic wrote.

As for the weapons, the Mounted Turret has finally arrived. It is a legendary weapon that fills a trap space in the player's inventory and, like any trap in Fortnite, can be destroyed by receiving shots at its base. Any player can ride on it after it is positioned. Players can find the Mounted Turret at Ground Dropouts, Supply Deliveries, Sales Machines and Supply Llamas.

The only weapon that received a change was the players' pick, which now deals 20 damage to opponents instead of 10.

No weapon or item went to the safe in the 6.30 update of Fortnite.

Update 6.30 disables the hang-glide reinstall feature in the default modes. Players are no longer able to activate their hang gliders as they fall from great heights, which means things like falling damage and the height of the structure matter again. The Launch Platform and Portable Slot items, like regular slots, are the only items that allow players to reactivate their gliders from now on. Players can also inflate balloons by dropping to slow down or continue to climb, but they will not activate their hang glider.

The forced height for the installation of the hang glider was also increased from 15.5 meters to 35 meters, which means that players now take a little longer to hit the ground when using it.

The developer of Fortnite, Epic Games has also made a number of improvements in performance, audio and gameplay. They include bug fixes, display of damage numbers on the initial island before matches, and addition of more button options to controls. The mobile version of Fortnite also received several adjustments.

You can read the full patch notes on the Epic website.


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