Fortnite is currently running its Halloween theme called ‘Fortnitemares 2020: Midas’ Revenge’ and it’ll final till November 3. While this update brings several aesthetic changes to the game like Halloween decorations, flying brooms, and more, there’s a major gameplay change as mannered. Players who die throughout a match come back as ghosts. This works in solos, duos, or squads and you get “otherworldly abilities” while playing as a ghost or as the game calls it, a ‘Shadow’.
Fortnitemares 2020: Midas’ Revenge introduces a new gameplay mechanic that makes the hugely popular battle royale more interesting. After dying in a match, players are reborn as ghosts or Shadows and they are able to re-join the battle to receive revenge or mess with other human players, The Verge paper money. As a Shadow, you’ll be able to possess vehicles, turn invisible by standing still, and consume materials to prevent other human players from the usage of them against you. While you should not have weapons to take out other players, you’ll be able to melee attack them.
You also be capable of scan for human players nearby in this ongoing mode in Fortnite. You see a red indicator of where the human players are so you’ll be able to attack them or just mess with them.
With the introduction of this new mechanic, the overall approach to an encounter may change. While some players turn into more informal as they realize they are able to come back as ghosts, other is also more cautious thinking whether they kill someone, they are able to come back to take revenge.
Fortnitemares 2020: Midas’ Revenge started on October 21 and will final till November 3 to celebrate Halloween season.
Recently, Epic released an update for Fortnite – version 14.40 – that itself used to be 27GB in size but brought optimisations that shrunk the complete game size to under 30GB. Originally, the game took around 90GB and this update has reduced the size of the game by more than 60GB. It also brings several bug fixes and improvements to the game.
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