Monsters have come to Fortnite and the Leaning Tower is back

Fortnite Chapter 3: Part 1 has been completed with content. From one new map, to introduce Shield Key And more than that, there’s something for everyone. Looks like Epic Games hasn’t slowed down in adding more to the battle royale. Latest Fortnite the update reintroduced fan-favorite Leaning Tower favorites and introduced monsters.

A new creature named Klombos has inhabited the island on its own. Follow to Epic Games, it’s friendly unless you decide to provoke it. You can approach Klombos and climb on its tail to get to the blowhole on its head. You’ll then be launched into the air, which can prove useful when spinning to the next circle or when you’re trying to get out of a difficult situation.

These monsters love to eat, and they will eat almost anything you put in front of them. However, their favorite food seems to be Klomberries. They can be picked up from bushes, and all you have to do is throw a berry near Klombos to calm it or lead it your way. After the monster is given a snack, they will drop other items for you to collect.

Tilted Towers is back in action Fortnite

The snow on the island continued to melt, and eventually it had the Leaning Towers uncovered. The point of interest is returning to give longtime fans a nostalgic hit. Also, the Grenade Launcher is back from the vault and you can find it in rare chests, supplies, and from sharks. Even so, explosive weapons have been tweaked since last appearing in the game. When you fire a projectile, it explodes after the first bounce and shoots more directly at your opponent.

With the monster and the return of the Leaning Tower, the ability in Fortnite seemingly endless.

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