Thora Arrives to Save the World in Fortnite

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The Soarin' 50's mode allows gamers to re-deploy their Gliders when falling from large heights. The Heavy Sniper boasts 150/157 damage to rival players, large rounds that deal 1050/110 damage to buildings, and less bullet drop compared to other Sniper Rifles. That's where Fortnite's Limited Time Modes come into play and the latest update brings something new and something even better.

The Heavy Sniper Rifle, which was first uncovered by data miners a few weeks back, makes its debut, and the Sniper Shootout Limited-Time Mode makes its return. Gliders can be redeployed when leaping from high points, as well as bounce pads, launch pads, and impulse grenades becoming more common. While the reload is incredibly long, the weapon deals over 150 damage to human enemies, and slightly over 1,000 damage to structures per shot. For those that don't know, in this mode, the only obtainable weapons that spawn are sniper rifles. New Constructor Machinist character Thora has also been added to Save the World, available at the Event Store. "Jump in and soar to new heights!"

Floor Loot spawns reduced by 50%.

If you're the owner of an Samsung Android device you can check out Fortnite right now of course.

From a bug fix and improvement perspective, version 5.21 across all platforms offers fixes for modifier issues on certain Horde missions as well as a visual fix put in place to resolve an issue that would cause a Rocket Launcher to take up most of the screen. Notably, Fortnite is now available for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, PC, iOS, and select Android handsets.

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