A slightly more substantial update this week - Fortnite's v6.02 patch includes a brand new Disco Domination limited time mode, along with the beastly looking Quad Rocket Launcher.
There's no telling exactly what the Quad Launcher will do in Fortnite, but it wouldn't be insane to assume that it's going to shoot four rockets.
- 80/84 base damage per rocket.
Epic Games introduced the Quad Launcher with Wednesday's update, adding another explosive weapon to the popular game.
Fortnite is the second most played game around the world with over 70 million players worldwide. Across five pop-up dance floors-which appear when the storm is stationary-players will emote "when no enemies are present" to "raise a disco ball in the centre of the floor, and capture it for your team". First team with a full dance bar - still excellent - wins. There will be two teams of fifty players, which means plenty of participation is guaranteed. The item can not be found as floor loot and instead is only available in chests, Supply Drops, and Vending Machines. The only game that has more players is the mega game known as Minecraft.
Fortnite's 6.1 patch is set to launch soon, and we may already know one of the weapons it will bring with it.
The Port-a-Fortress has returned in this update, but its availability has been lowered. Its drop rate decreased from 2.42% to 1.83%.
With another rocket launcher, it'll continue to be tough for players to out-build their opponents. There's little doubt that the Quad Rocket will be able to turn even the most elaborate structures into mincemeat, and quite possibly take out entire groups of enemies if used properly.
- Increased the texture pool size on Xbox One, which should avoid some issues with blurry textures and improve rendering performance.