Fortnite: What Can We Expect From Patch V11.30

It has been quite some time since the latest Fortnite patch, what can we expect from the next one.

Nick Farrell by Nick Farrell

Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 1 has been out for quite some time now, with the season extended an extra two months we are just over the halfway point of the first season of this new chapter of Fortnite.

One of the common trends throughout Season 1, has been the lack of patch notes and new additions to the game.

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This is straying away for how Epic Games has been operating Fortnite in the past, usually, we would get one to two new items every week and some other mechanics added.

With the next patch set to release this week or next, we take a look at what could be added before Winter Royal 2019!

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New Weapons

Revealed during a data mine a few weeks ago, we can expect these two new weapons to be released in the coming weeks.

The Scoped AR was once a staple of the game, known for its high fire rate and long-range capacity, players started taking a liking to this before it hit the vault.

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Its new-look version looks almost identical to what players are used to, with reduced damage it seems it is unknown if this gun will be relevant for competitive play.

The other leaked image is a name we have seen before in Fortnite, the Heavy AR was once the AK back during Season 8 before they vaulted that weapon as well.

Mobility Items?

This is also another one of the items that players have been asking for since the season’s release.

With the newest competitive game mode being duos for Winter Royal 2019. this has been deemed essential to add in the next update.

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With how big the new Fortnite map is, getting across the map has never been more difficult.

Hopefully, we see the addition of some sort of mobility items such as a launchpad or impulse grenade.

Nick Farrell

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