To be able to do so, players must pick up their teammate's Reboot Card from where they died. During this time a beacon will alight in the sky, letting any nearby players know about the Reboot Van's activation.
With the collected badges you run then to a van, where you can activate the reboot card. Earlier today, Fortnite announced the introduction of the "Reboot Van", which comes to the game next week. In typical fashion, Epic has added a number of balancing features to the addition.
When will the reboot van arrive?
Using a Reboot Van will attract a lot of attention, though, because the vehicle will light up and make a ton of noise, as well as provide information of how many players are being "rebooted". Reboot vans are a new feature, but they'll seem familiar if you've played Apex Legends.
The van will be have an as-yet unspecified cooldown period. Fortnite was quick to respond to Apex's popularity, and to copy some of the ideas it brought to the table. After an ally is eliminated, they'll drop a Reboot Card that players on the team can grab. Teammates will drop banners upon being eliminated that can be taken by their other teammates to Respawn Beacons where they will be brought back into the game.
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These vans will be available in select locations across the map.
The 37-year-old thinks that adding a dynamic storm circle that changes in size depending on how many players are alive could be just what the game needs to solve its problems.
Epic will nearly certainly get some criticism for ripping another feature from a rival game.
Any surviving teammate can resurrect a fallen player, but the reboot process takes a little time.