Fortnite Double Shotgun, New Modes and Mythic Outlander

By | 11/08/2018

Fortnite Logo

It’s “Double the Fun” this week with the Fortnite Double Shotgun, the return of the Mythic Outlander Hero plus two new modes to keep you battling away.

 

New Items


Two new items to get your hands on this week in the form of the damaging double barrel shotgun and the Mythic Outlander Hero.

Double Barrel Shotgun – Devastating Close Range Power

Battle Royale Mode gets a two shot blast provides shocking stopping power from the double barrel shotgun taking down foes with ease however the weapon is not very effective at medium to long range. The double barrel shotgun has a larger, 10 pellet spread than other shotguns however provides lower critical damage.

Fortnite Weapon - Double Shotgun

The double barrel shotgun can be found in vending machines, floor loot, supply chests and supply drops and is available in two variants;

  • Legendary Variant; 150 base damage.
  • Epic Variant; 143 base damage.

Mythic Outlander Hero – Ground Shattering Power

The Dark Viking cometh to Save the World Mode. Strike fear in the heart of your enemy with this hero’s’s powerful abilities.

Fortnite Costume - Rangnarok

Coming in the Dark Viking sub-class, Mythic Outlander hero has a powerful ability being able to strike the ground with “Seismic Impact” which will deal damage across a two tile line for small to medium size foes.

Mythic Outlander perks include;

  • Fault Line; lower the cooldown of Seismic Impact by six seconds
  • Sustained Impact; lower the Stamina cost of Seismic Impact by 15.
  • Return To Sender; will move Seismic Impact to its original position

 

New Modes


Two new modes this week as players battle the storm in Steady Storm and a new weekly challenge mode is launched for Battle the Horde.

Steady Storm – Nowhere is Safe

Steady Storm Limited Time Mode comes to Battle Royale. Players beware; there are no safe zones in this Storm.

Fortnite Mode - Steady Storm

Take out others players while keeping one step ahead of the constantly moving storm closing over 15 minutes. Challenge your skills as you battle foes while trying to keep watch in the Storm to predict where it is going with the added fun of there being no safe zones!

Challenge The Horde – Rewards In-Bound

Get great loot drops in this new Save the World Mode weekly challenge.

Fortnite Mode - Challenge the Horde

During the Roadtrip event, Fortnite will be running weekly Challenge the Horde Missions rewarding players with weapons and items.

This week you can get your hands on Flintlock weaponry and Roadtrip tickets.

 

See You Next Week


Great new stuff in Fortnite this week with the awesome Mythic Outlander Hero and Double Barrel Shotgun more than enough to spice up your game a little, while the more competitive players can test their skills with the crazy Steady Storm Limted Time Mode and pick up great new rewards when taking part in the Challenge the Horde weekly event while Roadtrip is active. Challenge the Horde Weekly Challenge is currently offering Flintlock ranged weapons so get playing and complete that Old West style for your character.

See game and bug fixes on the Epic Games Fornite Official Site here: https://www.epicgames.com/fortnite/en-US/patch-notes/v5-20.

Please let me know how you feel about this week’s updates and news as I am sure some of you will have great opinions and I would love to hear them, so don’t be afraid to use the comments section below.

You can see previous Fortnite Battle Royale updates here.

Thanks for reading and I hope to see you on the Battle Bus. Bye for now and take care, Michael – Editor/Owner – ChartX Games.


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4 thoughts on “Fortnite Double Shotgun, New Modes and Mythic Outlander

  1. Mike Viray

    Michael, what would you say is the best version of fortnite? Recently the Android version made waves as to its exclusivity, and modded apks floating on the internet have so far but manged to provide a poor experience. I am interested in trying out the game but am thinking of whether I should get it on PC, switch or mobile for portability reasons.

    Reply
    1. Michael Gore Post author

      Hi Mike.

      You raise a good point.

      The recent Android debacle has been really disappointing and an indicator of how the games industry now works.

      Just to avoid any disappointments I would definitely recommend the PC version as it seems to be stable and you know where you stand. A console version would also be fine.

      Basically I would avoid mobile version for now just while the dust settles.

      Thanks for your comments and enjoy the game.

      Check back each week for the latest Fortnite update news.

      Cheers,
      Michael.

      Reply
  2. R.J.

    Hey MichaelGore, nice post. I got to say that I’ve never played Fortnite but I have heard some mixed opinions regarding it; some good, some bad.
    One thing is for sure is that it is very addictive, I’ve thought about getting the game but I faltered because it didn’t seem that interesting to me.
    But, I’m happy to say that your post is a good guide to refer back to if I ever change my mind again; it does look cool but I’m going to hold off on it for now but I like your post.
    Good job!

    Reply
    1. Michael Gore Post author

      Thanks for your comments RJ.

      Fortnite is one of those games, you either like and play it a lot or you don’t and play it little or not at all.

      I respect the game as a whole and it is amazing what Epic Games has managed to achieved considering it was never meant to be released, but I myself do not play it a lot. I pop in and out and if I’m honest with you I am not very good at it!

      I would recommend giving it another go though when you have a day off just to see  whether you really like it or not. I never liked The Walking Dead (believe it or not) after watching the first episode and I left it for years only to start watching it addictively, lol.

      Thanks for commenting.

      Check back each week for the latest Fortnite update news.

      Cheers,
      Michael.

      Reply

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