Not everybody is impressed with the new update however.

New patch notes, maps, weapons and wildlife are all included in the update which Fortnite fans are going to love exploring over the coming weeks and months.

Not everybody is impressed with the new update, however.

In a critical review, PC Gamer’s Joseph Knoop criticsed the game’s plot saying the storyline is still “going nowhere” four years are it launched.

Comparably the plot unfavourably with SNL’s hilarious ‘New Video Game’ skit, Joseph said “Ultimately, I imagine this will all come down to how any individual player feels about Fortnite’s ridiculous, vague, and let’s face it, very commercial lore.

“If you’re the kind of Marvel or Star Wars fan who’s just along for the ride and pretty colors, Fortnite’s first single-player event is a very serviceable distraction that only gobs of money could build.,” he added.

But he went on to say “If Epic is going to employ modern Hollywood-scale storytelling to build out the world of Fortnite, it’s going to need bigger stakes than Jonesy.”

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According to rumours, new weapons have already been “leaked”, including a ‘Recycler’.

Twitter account @HYPEX claims the ‘Recycler’ weapon “will suck in/recycle some type of ammo/mats and shoot a Junk Bomb”.

It is also rumoured three new Exotics will be coming to Fortnite.

According to @iFireMonkey, players will be able to buy Marksman Revolvers, Unstable Bows, and Grappler Bows from Deadfire Rebirth Raven and Lara Croft respectively.

TODAY, 20:00

If you want to play Fortnite’s latest season, you’ll need to download an update.

Without the update, you won’t get access to any of the new content.

In fact, you won’t be able to play the game with all your pals either – because you need the same map as your friends.

So if you’re planning a gaming session, make sure you’ve installed the new patch.

TODAY, 19:36

Fortnite’s season 6 opening cinematic was directed by the Russo brothers.

Epic Games’ chief creative officer Donald Mustard this evening tweeted to say he was “so beyond grateful” for the opportunity to collaborate with Anthony and Joe Russo

He wrote: “On a personal level, they’ve not only been amazing partners but also true mentors who inspire and make us better at what we do.

“@Russo_Brothers I love you 3000!”

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