Fortnite's Season 5 Week 1 Challenges are now live and for anyone look for help to solve the "Follow the treasure map found in Risky Reels" challenge, you've come to the right place. It also appears to draw from the God of Thunder with the armor and cape, though all of this could ultimately be a coincidence, but the name Ragnarok makes this hard to believe following the release of Thor: Ragnarok.
While we've not yet been able to see the updates to the Fortnite map, we do know from these patch notes that there's a new map biome type that's a desert, and there are two new areas present, one called Paradise Palms, and one called Lazy Links.
You're also invited to step through a rift, with Epic promising "you're in for a wild ride". This golf cart has room for up to four players (or a full squad), can get a speed boost after drifting, and has a roof that doubles as a bounce pad. Epic has brought some of them down to earth in the form of Rifts. Keep in mind to wear your seatbelt, as you're likely in for a bumpy ride! Shotgun spread will now be consistent with no random variation.
Maisie Williams Says Goodbye To ‘Game Of Thrones’ With Bloody #LastWomanStanding Post
Right now, we can just assume that there is a lot of bloodshed at the hands of assassin Arya in " Game of Thrones " season eight. With the series set to end in 2019, Williams has now bid Arya farewell, while also hinting at the character's fate.
The company has also seen fit to indicate how many shotgun pellets hit a rival player, providing more context as to why a point-blank shotgun shot only registered 8 damage. 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 Heavy Shotgun has received a change, too, as it will now fire 10 pellets instead of five. As these storms close in, they will move and shrink to new locations, which is going to cause quite the panic in those later match stages.