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Viking ships, desert outposts, and ancient statues have appeared across the island. If you had the Season 4 Battle Pass you'll get some free levels on this one to kick start your progress, but there's also a change this time to how challenges are handled. The new vehicle is called the All Terrain Kart (ATK) golf cart. If that wasn't enough, the roof also acts as a bounce pad. Squads will also be able to jump the ATK over obstacles. All four members of a squad can climb inside, but also work together to enable higher jumps using a well-timed lean.
As expected, the biggest changes are within the map.
In order to jumpstart the competition, according to Epic Games, invitations have already been sent for the tournament and the participants will be made up of community and Fortnite players.
In addition to these new features, "Fortnite" season 5 comes with a number of tweaks and fixes for the battle royale gameplay.
Those familiar with Fortnite will know that switching between two shotguns has become a staple of the elite who play the game, allowing for multiple up close shots in quick succession to down an opponent.
The pellet spread of shotguns is no longer random, but they now have an added delay after firing.
In 50v50 or 20v20 modes, you'll now get bonus XP up to three times per match for reviving teammates. For the Nintendo Switch, Epic games has also included motion controls which can be adjusted in the Settings menu.