The time has come that Epic Games start to receive $15 sums from gamers around the world as Fortnite Season 9 has been released by the developer. The game Fortnite gets the latest update, and young adult and kids are thriving worldwide.
As a player, you can buy virtual items, skins for avatars, and Battle Pass, and Epic makes a good chunk of many of those assets and at least half of the over 250 million Fortnite players must buy something.
Fortnite Season 9 which, began rolling out today, mainly focuses on that aspect of the game as new skins and characters have been added as well as 100 new rewards in Battle Pass. Even though you are a less active player or a new one, the changes are not that intense so you will not really get excited.
What is new in Fortnite Season 9?
Two new locations have been added by the developer of Fortnite into the game in Season 9. The Tilted Towers will be replaced by Neo Tilted after the eruption of a volcano made them disappear a week ago.
Besides, the Retail Row also gets an update, the Mega Mall. Slipstreams have also been added by Epic those consisting of turbines that can provide power to transport systems that are based on wind, helping you move more quickly across the map.
New Fortbytes have also been added, and it consists of a challenge that makes you find a hidden object. One hundred collectible computer chips can be collected by Battle Pass buyers during the Fortnite Season 9, but they need to thoroughly search the map for that. New pieces come every day, and if you collect the total quantity, you can unlock secrets and rewards.
Katie Tachuck is a reporter for News Lair. After graduating from UCLA, Katie got an internship at a local radio station and worked as a investigative journalist and producer. Katie has also worked as a columnist for the The Santa Fe New Mexican. Katie covers economy and community events for News Lair.