Fortnite Adds TWO New Limited Time Modes in Update - 20v20 Battle Royale and Blitz! V2 Mode - Dexerto

Fortnite Adds TWO New Limited Time Modes in Update – 20v20 Battle Royale and Blitz! V2 Mode

Published: 30/May/2018 9:02 Updated: 11/Mar/2019 13:01

by Calum Patterson


Epic Games has released the full patch notes for update v.4.3.0, and fans will be excited to see that not one but two limited time modes have been added.

Some may be disappointed to see that the ‘Playground’ practice LTM is not one of the new modes added, but that should be on the way soon.

For now, there is the return of the fan favorite ‘Blitz’ mode – which speeds up the whole match process, with faster storms, better loot and more high-paced action – and an entirely new mode which features five teams of 20.

Blitz mode has been changed slightly from its previous version, adding new weapons and items like the port-a-fort, as well as lowering the physical height of the bus, to allow players to drop in faster. There is also squad options for Blitz, as opposed to solo only.

20v20 mode is even more exciting, obviously taking inspiration from 50v50 (which is likely the most popular LTM in Fortnite so far) it puts another twist on the standard Battle Royale, and should make players feel like they are part of a small army.

What is particularly intriguing about this mode is that all five teams of 20 will now have their very own battle bus when dropping in, “to make it easier to drop together.”

The patch notes also say that chests and supply drops will spawn extra ammo and consumables – presumably to share around your now larger team.

Each team of 20 will get its own battle bus in new LTM 20v20

Check out the full information on the the two new LTM’s added in v.4.3.0 below.


  • Summary
    • Faster storms, more loot, exciting finishes!
  • What’s New?
    • Updated with all of the new weapons & items that have come out since Blitz was last released: Port-a-fort, Clinger, LMG & more.
    • Bus flight height has been lowered to allow players to get into the fight more quickly.
  • Mode Details
    • The storm is already closing in at the beginning of the match, choose your landing spot carefully!
    • Wait time between storms is significantly shorter than usual; maximum match length is 15 minutes.
    • Increased chances of treasure chests spawning from 50-70% to 80-90%.
    • Increased chances of ammo boxes spawning from 65-80% to 85-95%.
    • Resource harvesting amounts increased by 50%.
    • Increased materials found on ground from 30 to 75 per instance.
    • Increased the number, spawn rate & descent speed of Supply Drops.
    • All stats are counted in this mode.


  • Summary
    • Five teams of twenty players fight to the finish!
  • What’s New?
    • Each team now has their own bus, to make it easier to drop together.
    • Chests & Supply Drops now spawn extra ammo and consumables.
  • Mode Details
    • Each team is composed of five squads of four players.
    • Increased chances of treasure chests spawning from 50-70% to 60-80%.
    • Increased chances of ammo boxes spawning from 65-80% to 75-90%.
    • Supply Drops always come in batches of 5 instead of random amounts per Storm Circle. Supply Drop rate increased from 180 (+/- 30s) to 210 (+/- 30s).
    • Teams of 20 has six Storm Circles instead of nine. Most matches will end within 20 minutes. 
    • All stats except for wins are counted in this mode.

When is Lachlan’s Fortnite skin coming out? Epic confirms release date

Published: 30/Oct/2020 17:59

by Daniel Cleary


Popular YouTuber Lachlan Power is the next Fortnite star to be added to the game, and Epic Games have now confirmed just when the upcoming Icon Series skin will be available. Here’s what you need to know.

Since Fortnite first exploded in popularity in 2017, there have been a few streamers and YouTubers who have become known for creating content around the game and bringing the battle royale title to the next level.

Epic previously announced that they would be rewarding some of these stars with their very own in-game skins bundles, and among the few confirmed was Australian YouTuber Lachlan Power.

Logos of fortnite streamers
Epic Games
Lachlan will be the third creator to get an Icon Series set.

When will Lachlan’s Icon Series skin be released?

With the likes of Ninja and fellow Aussie Loserfruit being first to receive skins in the Icon Series, Lachlan is now next in line to receive these new cosmetics.

In their latest blog post, Epic Games confirmed that Lachlan’s Icon Series set will arrive in the Fortnite item shop on November 12 at 4PM PT/ 7PM ET/ 11PM GMT/ 9AM AEST.

“Lachlan is the third creator to join the Icon Series from among the Fortnite community, following streamers Ninja and Loserfruit.” they announced, before confirming the next creator to be added, “Entering the Icon Series next will be Spanish creator TheGrefg.”

Lachlan’s Icon Series set will arrive with a new tournament that players can compete in, to unlock the skin for free. The YouTuber will also be competing in the event and giving fans the first look at the bundle, which includes an outfit, back bling, emote, and a pickaxe.

As of now, little has been shared about the upcoming tournament but Epic has revealed it to be “one-of-a-kind” with more information to follow before the event.

“Been dreaming of this day ever since I fell in love with the game back in 2017,” Lachlan reacted, revealing his excitement for the upcoming skin release, “official reveal of the skin coming soon.”

The official reveal of this skin is currently expected to be shared on November 1, and the next Fortnite star for the icon series will be Spanish star TheGrefg, although it is unclear just when he will receive a skin bundle.