At the moment, Fortnite is the most popular game worldwide, and Epic Games, its developer, wants to keep it that way by frequently updating the title with new content, such as skins, weapons, and loot, among others, as well as with new features. The latest Fortnite 7.10 update allows gamers to blast down walls, along with other new stuff added to the game.
During the winter holidays, Fortnite and Epic Games did not celebrate with eggnog and gingerbread, but they worked on the 14 days of Fortnite and brought new and vintage LTMs and dance-party-themed goodies to celebrate the new year with a “boom.” More specifically, they added a potent “boom box” to allow gamers to blast down walls and buildings without damaging the other players.
Even though it sounds interesting, it is annoying some of the players who already asked Epic Games to remove that “boom box,” but we don’t know when the game studio would eliminate it as it did with the game-breaking Infinity Blade.
Fortnite 7.10 Update Allows Gamers To Blast Down Walls, Among Other New Things It Brought
While Fortnite 7.10 update allows gamers to blast down wall and buildings with a powerful “boom box,” that’s not all in the latest patch. Fortnite 7.10 also brought Fortnite’s sandbox Creative mode which is still in early release and, even though it might boast some bugs, new features for it are still rolling out. In the last one, eight new Ice Castle Prefabs were added, permitting players to implement frosty fortresses in their constructions.
Besides, as usual, Fortnite 7.10 update came out with a new Battle Pass. According to Epic Games, more than 100 new exclusive rewards can now be unlocked by gamers, including the weapon and vehicle Wraps, along with a whole bunch of new skins. And all that for only 950 V-bucks.
Under the hood, Fortnite 7.10 came with improved stability, balance adjustments, bug fixes, and various enhancements, as well.