Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 2 Resistance is coming with changes. To commemorate the start of the new season, Fortnite has removed building from its default setting for nine days.
With the introduction of the new season, “Resistance,” which includes a fresh battle pass with new skins from Marvel’s Doctor Strange, the crucial gameplay element will be disabled for a short period.
“All Battle, No Building” says the new loading screen that debuted with the season.
“Building has been wiped out. It’s up to the Resistance to get it back. Jump in with your squad and help The Seven uncover the Imagined Orders nefarious plan.”
Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 2 Resistance trailer
Fortnite revealed its new season’s trailer:
Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 2 Resistance changes
In Fortnite’s multi-season-long narrative, the Resistance, The Seven, and the Imagined Orders are all factions.
In competitive modes, it won’t be affected by the fact that construction will be taken away from the default game mode, and it won’t have an impact on creative mode, which allows players to create their own maps and game types.
Some gamers are overjoyed, as the game has been criticized for its emphasis on building rather than gunplay recently, with fights devolving into a game of whose team can build the biggest structure quickest.
To compensate for the shift, players will now have an overshield on top of their health and normal shield.
The combat system has also been significantly altered, with the game’s default movement speed having been increased, and a new, faster sprint being added.
The latest update also added mantling to the game, as well as a new shoulder bash that allows you to open doors while moving.
Epic Games has also stated that from March 20, 2022 to April 3, 2022, all profits from the game will be given to charitable causes in support of the Ukrainian war.
Fortnite donate two weeks of earnings to aid Ukraine
The aid workers assisting with the crisis include Disaster Aid International, Direct Relief, UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF), United Nations World Food Program, and the UNHCR – The Un Refugee Agency.