Season 5 in Fortnite: Battle Royale is now upon us and has proven to be the biggest update so far. With mysterious Rifts popping up on the map, a brand new Desert Biome to explore, an exciting new vehicle, tonnes of new cosmetic items and so much more for players to explore.
In Season 5 there is a brand new Desert area of the map with a couple of new named locations, “Paradise Palms” and “Lazy Links“. This new section of the map definitely gives you a break from the same old grass terrain we’ve been used to seeing, it’s a welcome breath of fresh air.
Epic Games have introduced the best vehicle so far with the introduction of the All Terrain Kart. The kart is basically a golf cart that enables all four members of a squad to climb inside, …
Epic Games revealed with a tweet last night that the popular skin is coming back to the item shop. The rare skin has appeared a few times in the game’s store since it was first released, but the last time that it was buyable with V-Bucks was back in February.
Coming to the Item Shop…tomorrow! ? pic.twitter.com/7LHg80sTKQ
— Fortnite (@FortniteGame) July 4, 2018
The Red Knight cost for 2,000 V-Bucks back when it was first available, so you can expect it to return with the same price this time.
Since it’s debut in Season 2, it’s become something of a rarity to see it while playing considering how it hasn’t been available for a about 5 months.
Let us know if you already have the skin or will be buying it when it’s available.
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