Fortnite is currently running its Halloween theme “Fortnitemares 2020: Midas’Revenge” and will continue until November 3. Although this update brings some aesthetic changes to the game, such as Halloween decorations, flying broomsticks, etc., the main gameplay changes are also the same. Players who die during the game will return like ghosts. This can be used in solo, duet or squad, when you play a ghost or the game is called “shadow”, you will get “otherworldly ability”.
Fortnitemares 2020: Revenge of Midas introduces a new game mechanic to make the popular Royale battle more interesting. After dying in a match, players are reborn as ghosts or shadows, and they can rejoin the battle to avenge other human players or fall into chaos, The Verge pointed out. As a shadow, you can own vehicles that become invisible when stationary, and consume materials to prevent other human players from using them on you. When you have no weapons to destroy other players, you can attack them in melee.
You can also scan for nearby human players in this continuous mode of Fortnite. You will see a red indicator indicating the location of the human player, so you can attack them or confuse them.
With the introduction of this new mechanism, the overall approach to encounter may change. Although some players become more casual because they know they can come back like a ghost, other players may be more cautious about whether to kill someone, but they can come back for revenge.
Fortnitemares 2020: Midas’ revenge begins on October 21 and will continue until November 3 to celebrate Halloween.
Recently, Epic released an update to Fortnite (version 14.40), which has a capacity of 27GB, but has been optimized to reduce the total size of the game to less than 30GB. Initially, the game occupies about 90GB of space, and this update reduces the size of the game by more than 60GB. It also brings some bug fixes and improvements to the game.
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