Final Fight LTM Disabled in Fortnite as 50v50 Returns With A Twist - More Resources, Dual Pistols and Bounce Pads - Dexerto
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Final Fight LTM Disabled in Fortnite as 50v50 Returns With A Twist – More Resources, Dual Pistols and Bounce Pads

Published: 29/Jun/2018 13:50 Updated: 26/Jul/2018 12:06

by Calum Patterson

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Epic Games has disabled the new ‘Final Fight’ limited time mode in Fortnite Battle Royale after acknowledging fan feedback and that the mode hadn’t been executed quite how they imagined.

Final Fight introduced a teams of 12, with slightly different gameplay rules than the standard modes and most significantly a different storm system.

The team that had the most players still alive at the end of a set timer would win the match, instead of the storm continually shrinking inwards and eventually wiping out the entire map.

The mode came as part of the v4.5 update, which also introduced the Playground LTM which was also disabled soon after being implemented.

But for fans of the Final Fight LTM, it isn’t all bad news as Epic Games has confirmed that the fan favorite ’50v50′ LTM will be making a return in its place.

This time however, it will feature some interesting changes to incorporate the new dual pistols which came with the v4.5 update.

The 50v50 mode will go live at 10 am EDT on Friday June 29th, while Final Fight is disabled until further notice. Full details can be found below, via Reddit.

Heya Folks,
 
We’ve heard your feedback regarding the Final Fight LTM and we agree that the mode isn’t quite in a state where we want it to be. Due to this, we’ll be disabling Final Fight and re-enabling the 50v50 LTM at 10AM EDT.
 
This time around 50v50 will have:
 

  • Double normal Dual Pistol spawn rate
  • Double bounce pads spawns
  • +50% resource rates
  • 50v50 v2 storms

 
Thank you for all of your feedback on the Final Fight LTM.
 
Enjoy the +100% XP weekend!

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How to do secret Cleanse Tanks & Escape Fortnite Season 4 challenges

Published: 24/Oct/2020 7:59

by Alex Tsiaoussidis

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Fortnite Season 4 might be new, but an old enemy, the infamous gnome, is up to his usual antics. This means there are more secret challenges to complete. Here’s how to do them.

Fortnite’s secret challenges might be a small addition, but they’re welcome ones that keep players on their toes. It’s always nice to get one-up on that pesky gnome, but more importantly, players receive a decent amount of experience for completing them.

Fortnite Season 4 introduced a lot of new things, but it also added two new more secret challenges. They offer a modest 10,000 experience each, which makes them a nice way to boost your level. 

If you want to complete them but aren’t willing to invest the time and patience to figure it all out, we’ve got you covered.

Fortnite Season 4 Secret Challenges
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Fortnite Season 4’s Secret Challenges all revolve around this pesky gnome.

Cleanse Tanks

The first challenge is located in Slurpy Swamp, and it’s very easy to do. 

  • Naturally, the first step is to make your way over to Slurpy Swamp.
  • Once you’re there, make your way to the main building and look for the two large tanks lying around.
  • You’ll notice that their tops are missing, which is intentional.
  • Jump inside and take a dip to cleanse them. It’s as simple as that.
Fortnite Season 4 Secret Challenges
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The tanks are side-by-side, although they’ll look more green and gnarly compared to the picture above.

Escape

Luckily, the second challenge is in Slurpy Swamp as well. However, it’s a little trickier to spot than the first.

  • First, head to the northern side of the main building. It’s the same one you were in for the previous challenge.
  • Next, look for a wall with a conveniently-placed hole.
  • The insufferable gnome who has been playing games with us this whole time will be hidden inside. 
  • To draw him out, all you need to do is walk up towards him. If you get close enough, he’ll panic and launch himself into the distance.
Fortnite Season 4 Secret Challenges
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The gnome in question standing next to his escape route.

That’s all there is to it. If you managed to complete them both, you’ll find yourself 20,000 experience points closer to a higher level.

Many players tend to stumble upon these challenges and finish them without even realizing it. However, others aren’t so lucky, and while they aren’t necessarily hard to do, they can be a pain to find.

Who knows where we’ll run into that pesky gnome next, but it’s inevitable that we will again in when the next series of challenges have been released.

Until then, you might want to go back and finish any of the others you’ve missed.