Naturally, this means a new Battle Pass is upon us.
Season three's Battle Pass will be space-themed, so it's rather fitting that Epic has chose to take their loot system to new heights by adding thirty new tiers to it. Sounds like we'll have to play a lot more to get the real goodies, doesn't it? To buy your way to the top you need to spend as much as $150, but then if you don't want to play the game, why are you playing the game in the first place? This will cost you 2800 V-Bucks, so we're guessing many of you will go with option B; weekly challenges.
Aside from the fact that Epic Games have not yet provided an official start time for Season 3, there is another obstacle to overcome. Completing only four out of the seven in total will unlock new rewards like exclusive outfits, letting players pick and choose which challenges to work on.
The Fortnite season 3 Battle Pass will also replace daily challenges with weekly ones, and it will only be on sale with a V-Bucks price.
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Season 3 ditches the medieval skins of the Red and Black Knights from Season 2 and instead launches us into space for the upcoming season. This content will be distributed throughout the year as you play and reach new tiers of items, but those who purchase the pass will be able to access certain items right away.
The season 3 Battle Pass will cost you 950 V-Bucks, which you can earn either in Battle Royale and Fortnite's single-player Save the World mode, or acquire through investing around $10/£8 of your own real world money.
Despite the additional tiers, it is still expected to take the same amount of time to unlock all of the items - around 75-150 hours. Apart from the standard Outfits, Pickaxes, Emotes etc. you'll be able to unlock new types of collectibles: Back Blings, Skydiving FX Trails, and Loading Screens.
What other Fortnite updates are coming up? Such is the difficulty updating a game with millions of concurrent players all over the world on PS4, Xbox One and PC. Well, because of all of these complaints, Epic Games, who is the developer of this game, have chose to try and make it up to fans by not only fixing some of the weapon issues but by also adding new weapons.