Fortnite’s new update adds map changes, bug fixes: All details – Times of India

Epic Games has recently updated Fornite with a Dragon Ball crossover which has added several new content to the game. The latest update (version 21.40) has added — new missions, a Dragon Ball Super Episode Festival and the ability for players to watch Dragon Ball Super episodes in-game among others.
Apart from this, the map of Fortnite Chapter 3: Season 3 has also received some changes like — the return of Lazy Lagoon, Pirate Cannons and a renovated Tilted Towers. The company has updated its blog post to announce the Dragon Ball collaboration and the new map changes.

New map changes in Fornite
Lazy Lagoon, which was first introduced in Chapter 1: Season 8 is back in Fortnite and has appeared as the Reality Tree has transformed The Daily Bugle into it. With the return of the Lazy Lagoon, Pirate Cannons have also returned to Fortnite which can be handled by teammates. You can either launch an endless amount of cannonballs (with a cooldown between each shot) or can enter the barrel and launch yourself.
Along with that, the game has also made some changes to the Tilted Towers. Epic allowed players to use their gold bars to vote on what should replace the previously destroyed sites during the No Sweat Summer event. The Tilted Towers have now got the winning buildings which include — The Restaurant by Benmac, The Apartments by Charlee-brown, and The Shops by 0ricent.

Moreover, Android users will now be able to run Fortnite at 90 FPS on compatible devices. As per the blog, users can find the option in the settings within the Video tab. If you can’t find the option it means your device is not compatible, the post suggests.
However, the company has also warned that enabling this option may drain the power of your device and/or increase the heat output — which will again lead to an FPS drop. Furthermore, the new update has also added some major bug fixes.

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