Fortnite to Add Epic & Legendary Burst Assault Rifle

Fortnite to Add Epic & Legendary Burst Assault Rifle

Now there is no ETA for the downtime or the patch, so we're just going to have to wait and see.

"We'll update you once we have a more accurate time frame".

There is a slight problem though - Epic says that the release of Patch 4.2 will be delayed and it has no ETA yet as to when it will roll out.

The Fortnite 4.2 update was originally scheduled to go live early this morning, though Epic pushed it back along with the planned Fortnite downtime. Due to this delay some quests may not function until the build releases. There hasn't been an update on when this downtime will now take place, though Epic has stated that it will be informing players when the developer has a time nailed down.

The main aim of the mode is to capture the Infinity Gauntlet, which turns you into Thanos with all of his powers at your fingertips - apart from the really fun ones, sadly.

It was meant to last for a week but has run just a little over that.

Epic Games plans to release an Android version of the game in the coming months
Epic Games plans to release an Android version of the game in the coming months

Fortnite continues to get new updates.

Tuesdays are the new Thursday when it comes to Fortnite Season 4. Downtime begins at 4am ET (08:00 GMT),' Epic Games said in a statement overnight.

The new assault rifle variations seem to have showed up on Fortnite Tracker some time ago, with damage ratings and all the other stats you could want shown for both epic and legendary versions.

Fortnite Battle Royale is free to play now for PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Mobile.

Ninja, who recently held a record-breaking Twitch Fortnite stream with Drake, had more than 150million social interactions on Twitter in April.

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