Battle Royale Mode to be Update with More Points of Interest

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EPIC GAMESFortnite fans have been given an update about the Battle Royale online issues

In the four months since its surprise release, the Battle Royale mode for Fortnite has seen its popularity rise immensely, with a player count of over 30 million as of last month.

There will be new areas to explore next week when the Fortnite Battle Royale map receives an update.

Of course, there will also be additional "quality of life improvements," though what exactly they remain a mystery. In the meantime, if you haven't already, you might want to update Fortnite to version 2.1.0.

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"So we've got a map update coming up with a bunch of new points of interest including the city, as well as a bunch of new named areas on the west side of the map", lead systems designer Eric Williamson said.

We've also separated the map into more clearly-defined "biomes".

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Biomes are also a big focal point of the update, as Williamson describes the swamps feeling "swampy-er" and the mountains feeling more "mountain-y". Fortunately, the removal of these will not lower the amount of loot available across the map, as the 3 new areas being added will add even more.

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