Your Fortnite guide of the week is ready to be read. This post will be going over all things that have been happening in Fortnite Battle Royale this week.

Giant Mechs Are Causing Problems in Fortnite

Giant Mechs Are Causing Problems in Fortnite

Every since Fortnite Added Giant Mechs to the battle royale, players have not been liking it. That one person that can get a hold of it will be able to do lots of damage compared to the overpowered guns in the past.

The Giant Mech can practically kill a player instantly and its health is insane (1,000 to be exact)!

Below is a video posted to reddit of players getting killed instantly by the giant mech.

Season X is FINE ITS GREAT from r/FortNiteBR

Epic’s Response?

This have heard the feedback and at the moment have only changed the drop rates for the Giant Mechs in competitive play. Here’s an what Engadget had to say

Where it was guaranteed that two to four mechs would be available at the start of the match, there’s now a 21.5 percent chance that one to three will appear.

Engadget

Epic’s last response is that they will continue to see how this new change will work out, but it will still be a problem for players not playing competitively.

The World Cup Winner Bugha Was Swatted During A Live Stream

The World Cup Winner Bugha Was Swatted During A Live Stream

While Bugha was streaming Fortnite alongside Faze Dubs and Ghost Bizzle, Someone decided to Swat him. Below you can see him in the zone when he was suddenly shocked by what was happening outside his house.

He was able to get handle the situation really fast and continued back to playing Fortnite.

Leaked Fortnite Starter Pack

There was a twitter post that surfaced leaking a new fortnite starter pack. The post shows what the in-game skin will look like for this new pack.

The second Twitter post is from another leaker showing the pack will include an outfit, Black Bling, and 600 V-Bucks.

Spray Can Locations In Fortnite

Below is a video from HarryNinetyFour showing all the spray can locations

Epic Games Faces Lawsuit Over Hacked Accounts

Looks like Epic might have to pay for the vulnerabilities of players getting Their fortnite account hacked. And this even goes beyond the naive players entering their information in exchange for V-Bucks.

In a post by Check Point Research, they state the following:

Our team’s research, however, relied on a far more sophisticated and sinister method, that did not require the user to hand over any login details whatsoever. By discovering a vulnerability found in some of Epic Games’ sub-domains, an XSS attack was permissible with the user merely needing to click on a link sent to them by the attacker. Once clicked, with no need even for them to enter any login credentials, their Fortnite username and password could immediately be captured the attacker.

Check Point Research

This is all the fortnite coverage for the week. Make sure to check out the RTVG website and rate games while you’re at it.

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