After a short downtime, Epic Games has finally released the Fortnite v21.30 update. As per the update highlights, it’s the third biggest Fortnite patch ever since the release of Chapter 3 Season 3 Vibin.
According to the official patch notes, Fortnite v21.30 unvaults Prime Shotgun, a new set of No Sweat Summer challenges, a new consumable item: Ice Cream, several new skins, and outfits. Keep reading this article to have a detailed look at what’s included in the Fortnite 21.30 update.
Fortnite v21.30 Patch Notes - 18 July 2022 Update
Prime Shotgun has been added to the game with the 12.30 update and it deals the most damage with the first short of the clip. Though this gun is not powerful at first, the remaining three shots provide consistent damage.
You will be able to track the number of shots through the ammo counter or via the screen on the gun. You will be able to find Prime Shotgun from the ground, Chests, Supply Drops, Reality Saplings, fishing, and sharks.
Upcoming Summer Celebration
Summer Celebration in Fortnite will begin soon and Epic Games will be releasing more details about it in the coming days.
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Super Level Styles Update
This Season's Super Level Styles have gotten an update! You can now select the Platinum Rift, Lapis Slurp, and Auric Blaze Styles alongside all other combinations of Malik, Evie, Adira, Sabina, and Stormfarer.
The Prime Shotgun is not included in competitive playlists.
Arena Zero Build now has Overshield Siphon. Eliminating a player will grant a full 50-Health Overshield immediately.
Major Bug Fixes
Fixed an issue involving Rift-To-Gos generating no Rift but still being consumed, caused by swapping items too soon while activating the Rift-To-Go.
Fixed an issue that caused weapon crosshairs to scale with HUD size.
Fixed an issue in Team Rumble that prevented players from using Tents.
Fixed an issue on Nintendo Switch that caused players to freeze after sliding or mantling.
Fixed an issue in competitive playlists that caused Storm Sickness to reset when rebooting a teammate.
Fixed in a hotfix on July 12, 2022:
Fixed an issue that caused players’ audio settings to reset to 0.
Fixed an issue that caused players’ settings to not save correctly.
That's all the changes in the Fortnite v21.30 18 July 2022 patch update.
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