Last Tuesday, the 27th, Epic Games introduced changes in Fortnite involving Turbo Building.

These modifications altered the way the building was made, turning specifically to the matter of time. From 0.05 seconds changed to 0.15 seconds.

According to the developer, problems such as wall theft, structure spam and lack of strategy at the time of construction would be eliminated.

The community considered the change made by Epic negative. Streamer Ninja has commented on the change, suggesting to his audience not to play the battle royale for two weeks.



“Even if we ran out of games I don’t think Epic would reverse the changes, but it would be an interesting test. Imagine Pro Players not participating in the Grana Championships for just a week. Imagine every Fortnite streamer with over 2,000 spectators saying ‘Let’s not play or stream for two weeks’ ”.


In addition to Ninja, other streamers like Tfue and NickMercs have expressed dissatisfaction with system changes.

In this way, Epic Games decided to roll back the update on Wednesday, the 28th. However, other changes implemented remained as wait about 0.15 seconds to put buildings in place of destroyed structures and remove one of the players if both try to build in the same place at the same time.


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Following the tradition, Epic Games released images of new season Fortnite, as well as a teaser filled with references. From this, players have developed some theories since the beginning of the week, involving the return of old skins.

Given the material released by the developer earlier this week, it was possible to recognize Drift, an old skin, apparently modified.



In addition to this, another image with the message “Look ahead” featured subtle references to a skin that was present during the fourth season.


To raise the anxiety of players, this Wednesday, the 31st, a teaser released by the developer confirmed some theories. References to events from previous seasons, as well as various themes,  are covered during the teaser, leading to the belief that old skins will be back, as well as another break from space-time.


The tenth season of the Fortnite officially begins this Thursday, the 1st, and is followed by an update.

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