Fortnite’s latest installment turns players’ worlds upside down when a web player jumps in

Fortnite Flipped

Things have changed dramatically, once again, in Epic Games’ battle royale Fortnite. Following the end of Chapter 2, the player finds himself thrown into the sea when the island is actually overturned. This is not something that islands are commonly known for, but it turns out that, when something happens, the entire map changes. Who knows? Luckily, the Foundation was there to give everyone a tour when they returned to the island.

This change marks the beginning of a new chapter and a new season. Chapter 3 Season 1 – aka “Flipped” – introduces not only new places to explore but also new gameplay mechanics, new equipment, etc. One of the more exciting new features will be added Into the game is the player’s ability to earn XP for passing their battle, whether it’s in battle royale or even creative mode. (Not everything you do in creative will earn you XP, but still.)

Of course, a new season means new items. There are several new weapons, a little something for everyone, from fast action sniper rifles to pump pistols and something in between. There’s also a new tent item, which can be used to heal and stock up on something to collect later. Oh yes, and Spider-Man joins the lineup as part of the game’s battles. Details of the battle are available in Chapter 3 Part 1 announcement post. You can also check out a brief overview in the video below. If you missed the end of Chapter 2, check it out below. Just spend a few minutes on it.

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