While there are several bug fixes that have arrived in the latest Fortnite update, some Android users had been reporting major issues with the game. Most Fortnite players probably already knew that the biggest addition in this week's patch is the Heavy Sniper, but today's patch notes tell us what it's all about.
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Each shot delivers devastating damage at the cost of a long reload. Even Google has a message on the Play Store when you search for Fortnite, explaining that the game isn't available there.
This mode is a twist on the traditional 50 vs 50 mode, featuring an extra emphasis on mobility. The Soarin' 50's mode allows gamers to re-deploy their Gliders when falling from large heights.
Profile Stats (K/D & Wins) are not tracked in this mode. May the best aim win!
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As such, the only weapons dropped are Sniper Rifles and floor loot spawns are reduced by 50%.
Available in Epic and Legendary variants.
These large rounds deal increased damage (1050/1100) to buildings. Epic has also taken the opportunity to reduce the Minigun headshot multiplier from 2.5 to 1.5.
Features bulletproof enemies that must be defeated with melee weapons, traps, or Hero abilities. We've identified the issue and are working towards a fix.
The update applies to PS4, Xbox One, PC, Switch and mobile versions of the game, our sister site GameSpot notes.