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Lazarbeam exposes infinite win and invisibility glitches in Fortnite

by Daniel Cleary
Lazarbeam, YouTube

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Popular YouTuber Lannan ‘LazarBeam’ Eacott has shared infinite win and invisibility glitches in Fortnite and called on Epic Games to vault the bugged items.

Fortnite’s battle royale has had countless unusual bugs and glitches since its rise to mainstream popularity in late 2017.

However, YouTube star LazarBeam may have found two of the most overpowered bugs of all time and has called on Epic to take action against the exploits.

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Fortnite's cardboard boxes are allowing players to turn invisible in-game.

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LazarBeam highlighted two glitches that were originally found by Glitch King, with one making players completely invisible and another which allowed players to pick up infinite wins.

“This is so broken that you are going to see some stuff vaulted, I’m sure of it,” he shared, before revealing how to replicate the ridiculous bugs.

He first demonstrated the invisibility glitch, revealing that Fortnite fans could catch others off guard due to a bug with the new cardboard boxes item.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=258JpdJTw3M

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The glitch, which can be done by aiming and crouching at the right time, makes the player's character model disappear and even certain weapons, such as the harpoon gun would not be visible when bugged.

Helicopter win exploit

However, many recognized that the second glitch was even more problematic, allowing players with helicopters to pass by the game’s skybox and avoid taking damage from other players in the lobby.

Lazarbeam demonstrated a few games using the glitch, highlighting that the simple use of a grapple gun and a helicopter could put players in an unbeatable spot to win a match.

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The YouTuber shared that the glitches would likely be fixed soon and called for Epic Games to vault some of the items causing issues, such as the grapple gun.

As of now, Epic Games have not added either of the bugs to their community updates board, although they are unlikely to remain in-game for too much longer.