Fortnite v21.40 brings again Lazy Lagoon pirate cannons, launches The Block 2.0

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Between all of the Dragon Ball objects and quests that got here to Fortnite this week, it was straightforward to overlook the opposite good things within the game’s common content material update. Battle Royale v21.40 is reside now, and it introduced extra than simply Goku and firm to the game.

Familiar areas like Kame House can now be discovered on the island, however Lazy Lagoon can also be right here once more, having changed The Daily Bugle. As the Fortnite weblog says, the return of Lazy Lagoon additionally means the return of pirate cannons. These might be dealt with by one or two gamers, and their utility adjustments relying on who’s current. When utilizing a pirate cannon solo, you may steer it round and fireplace cannonballs. With a buddy, one among you may move the cannon whereas the opposite picks the right time to launch themselves from it, getting some severe pace and elevation. Note that pirate cannons don’t seem in aggressive playlists (the identical goes for Dragon Ball’s Flying Nimbus and Kamehameha).

Lazy Lagoon isn’t the one focal point price visiting in v21.40. The Block 2.0 can also be reside now, including three new community-made buildings to the map. The Restaurant by Benmac, The Apartments by Charlee-brown, and The Shops by 0ricent are additionally new components of the island, and also you simply may end up making your final stand there relying on how the storm strikes.

Finally, v21.40 brings an update to the Android model of Fortnite. “Some Android devices now have access to running Fortnite at 90 FPS,” says the weblog put up. If your particular gadget meets the technical necessities, then you definately’ll discover the choice below the video tab of the settings menu. Do be aware that working Fortnite at 90 FPS on an Android gadget will result in extra battery utilization and a warmer inner temperature. The weblog put up says that the game will revert from the 90 FPS possibility robotically in case your gadget begins to change into unstable.