Fortnite Season 6 Release Delayed Until September 27 Giving 400% XP Bonus

Share
Fortnite Season 6 Release Delayed Until September 27 Giving 400% XP Bonus

It is common news that the season 6 of the renowned video game Fortnite is beginning on September 27th. Not too shabby! Epic promises that it's strengthened its service ahead of the fall season - during the summer season, competitive players encountered frustrating issues with game stability. The company added that they needed to harden and scale up the infrastructure for the game due to its massive playerbase.

In August 2018, Epic Games says that almost 80 million people played "Fortnite". All of these people "exposed weak points" which let the developer "make targeted improvements to critical systems, such as stats and servers". "The Summer Skirmish also, as you all probably noticed, highlighted problems with performance and spectating, which we've been working on ever since". Additional details on those as well as a new competition system are expected in the coming weeks.

The Fall Skirmish will see professional and amateur Fortnite players compete in a series of weekly skirmishes for a part of a prize pool, earning club points and tens of thousands of dollars for ranking well enough.

With the addition of Clubs and unique formats, the Fall Skirmish seems like a different undertaking for Epic Games. The duo team with the most points at the end of six matches will win the week, while the top 10 teams at the end of the week will be awarded prizes. Because eliminations are so heavily incentivized, expect more aggressive play from most teams. Competitors with a Victory Royale get 3 points that match, 2nd and 3rd place gets 2 points and 4th and 5th place get 1 point.

Should the mirror theory prove true, this could mean the entire map is subject to change - rocked by a darker version of the universe we know and love today.

We will continue to provide updates on Season 6 and the upcoming teasers as they are made available.

What Club will you be supporting?

Share

Advertisement

Related Posts

Revamp of Google Chrome web browser risks new European Union scrutiny
Chrome is the most widely used browser in the world with a almost 60 percent market share globally and about 50 percent in the US. In addition to the browser's own login feature, you can also sign in via the Google web page, as you would in any browser.

President Trump holds rare solo news conference
Rosenstein's discussion of wearing a wire into the Oval Office lends credence to that charge, but there is much more to it. China and Russian Federation said the council should reward Pyongyang for the "positive developments" this year with U.S.

THE CRIMES OF GRINDELWALD Trailer Reveals A Suprise Character — FANTASTIC BEASTS
She is bound to [permanently] transform at some point to a beast so she feels this pressure that the clock is ticking. One fan expressed her discontent on the matter over Twitter , though what she probably didn't expect was that J.K.

Christine Blasey Ford says she remembers "uproarious laughter" of alleged attackers
He said Ford was "perhaps in the process" of ruining Kavanaugh's career and undermining the integrity of the Supreme Court . Ford told the committee that she chose to testify because she felt it was her civic duty to do so.

Fed Raises Interest Rates for Third Time in 2018, Upgrades Economic Outlook
USA companies worry about "disruption of supply chains, materials, cost increases, and loss of markets and things like that". Fed Chairman Jerome Powell is scheduled to speak at press conference at 2:30 p.m.

Ahead of U.S. sanctions, India looks beyond Iran for oil imports
Crude prices have also been affected by unexpected disruptions in several countries, including Libya, Nigeria and Venezuela. Richard Robinson, manager of the Ashburton Global Energy Fund, said higher prices are nearly certainly on the cards.

Philippine president revokes amnesty for fiercest critic
Trillanes has insisted that his amnesty was valid and that he followed procedure, and sought help from the Supreme Court. After being booked by police, Trillanes was escorted to a nearby court and posted bail, trailed by many journalists.

Julie Swetnick says Brett Kavanaugh doesn't belong on the Supreme Court
On Tuesday, the Judiciary Committee has scheduled a vote on whether to recommend Kavanaugh to the full Senate for Friday. She reportedly grew up in Montgomery County, Maryland and graduated from Gaithersburg High School in 1980 .

Search for Maddox Ritch comes to tragic end
Maddox, who has autism, reads and talks all the time at home, his father told "Good Morning America ". Maddox then went on a major sprint after and never stopped for Ian Ritch and his adult friend.

Ryan Giggs says Liverpool have their strongest ever Premier League XI
He is getting better and better he is doing the right things at the right moment'. And they also know how to win the league.

© 2015 ExpressNewsline. All Rights reserved.