Next Fortnite Season Tipped To Have An FPS Mode –

We all know that Epic’s insanely popular battle royale title Fortnite is one of the famous and favorite games. It wouldn’t be wrong to say that the game continues to grow and evolve in huge ways with virtually every new season worth of content. So it’s always been pretty hard to keep up with what’s going on in Epic’s ever-popular battle royale. According to the latest reports, the upcoming Fortnite season is tipped to get a new mode that is expected to be more in line with certain other games on the market. Yes, you thought right! According to Fortnite content creator HYPEX, third-person multiplayer Fortnite will add a first-person mode in the upcoming season. The FPS mode allows players to keep a much closer eye on enemies.

First-Person mode will reportedly make its way into the next Fortnite season

No doubt the upcoming first-person mode will be coming to the game next season has piqued our interest. The point worth noting is that we still don’t know exactly what form this new mode will take, but an FPS mode could be very interesting for the future of the game. As all gamers are well aware, many of the current roster of popular BR games are actually first-person shooters under the hood, so maybe Fortnite is trying to give them stiff competition in the long run.

There were no official words about this news from the company yet. The addition of the FPS mode to the Season 2 lineup has yet to be officially announced by Epic. Even though the developer hasn’t even fully confirmed the launch date for the new season yet. Reports claim that Fortnite Chapter 4, Season 2 is tipped to arrive on March 9, as the game’s current season ends on March 8. So just wait and see what the company has to offer in the next highly anticipated season.

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Amir Hussain

Amir Hussain is the founder of Freemium World, a geek by nature and a professional Blog writer . I love to write about new technology trends, social media, hacking, blogging and much more.

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