Fortnite Update: Patch V13.20 gets new weapons, LTMs, and more!
Check out what’s new in the update for the third season of Fortnite Chapter 2. Patch V13.20 is bringing several new features!
A new patch for the third season of Fortnite Chapter 2 was released this morning. This will be the last update before the developers take a two-week break starting this Friday. Check out what’s new in Fortnite Patch V13.20!
Complete news about Patch V13.20
Although Epic Games did not provide the list of changes it made to the patch, the user HYPEX on the social network Twitter revealed to us all the information.
Check out the details below.
Among the news of the update, the highlights are for:
- Flare gun
- Deployable Workbench
- LTM are coming back
- Possible Captain America skin
With clues given on Twitter last night, several players were eager to know what was coming in this update. One of the new weapons added to the loot pool is the long-awaited Flare Gun (flag). It has appeared since last year’s trailer and Fortnite fans have been waiting ever since.
See below the information and image of the Flare Gun (revealed by the user FNBRHQ on Twitter):
- Rarity: Rare
- Clip size: 6
- Maximum ammo: 20
- Bullets used per shot: 1
- Cooldown: 1.5 Seconds
- Shooting rate: 0.39
- Damage: 60
Captain America Skin
Mentioned at the end of the notes provided by the user HYPEX on Twitter, it looks like Epic Games may be bringing a new skin soon. Which other heroes would fit this description?
The benches that players can use around the map to improve/worsen their weapons are becoming mobile. In this new workbench, it will be possible to update items from anywhere on the map.
LTM will finally be back! See which are playable.
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