Epic Games today announced that they would introduce purchasable National Football League skins to use in-game.
There will also be a special referee skin, if you'd prefer to watch the action from the sidelines.
In addition to NFL team outfits, the November 9 update will bring football-themed emotes, harvesting tools, gliders and a referee outfit.
Team Terror is a new limited time mode, once again focused on fighting against cube monster AI enemies in battle royale.
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We may get more info later today, but for the time being, be aware that today's new patch has now been pushed back a day.
Epic Games has confirmed details on Fortnite update 6.22, and sure enough, the Heavy Assault Rifle is part of the package for this week's content drop.
The NFL-themed Fortnite skins aren't the only new items coming to the game. This mode also increases resource farming by 75%, adds triple the ammo to crates as well as increasing the loot spawn as well. Earlier this year, Epic teamed up with Disney and the Marvel Cinematic Universe to bring Thanos and the Infinity Gauntlet to the game. The explosion sends players to a new world.
And back in March, the Internet buzzed when rapper Drake and Pittsburgh Steelers star JuJu Smith-Schuster joined "Fortnite" expert "Ninja" during a gameplay session on game streaming service Twitch. The storm is already moving at the beginning of a map, meaning players are more tightly packed into a smaller drop zone. Matches will only last with no longer than 15 minutes as it will close in more frequently than usual. Finally, open a Supply Drop for double ammo and extra consumables, resource drops, and traps.
The second LTM is called "Blitz", and it is referred to as a "faster-paced version of Battle Royale".