Fortnite’s Chapter 2 is in full swing today, but it appears that there are some surprises left in the store before Season 1 comes to an end. Epic Games has actually announced that Season 1 of Fortnite’s Chapter 2 has actually been extended and it will now conclude in February. As for the factor behind the hold-up, Epic Games points out that it has new game functions, benefits and an event that the developer states shouldn’t be missed. Impressive Games is yet to expose what it has in the bags for season 1 of Fortnite Chapter 2, however leakages tip a big brand-new year reveal.
Legendary Games mentioned in a main post that it has got “more content for you to unwrap, consisting of brand-new game features, complimentary benefits and a live experience that you won’t wish to miss”. The post also discusses brand-new holiday-themed updates as well. While Epic Games is yet to reveal anything specific, leakages suggest that some modifications to the Risky Reels places are in the pipeline and that a huge surprise might likewise be exposed on January 1, 2020.
Legendary Games has extended the season 1 of Fortnite Chapter 2 up until early February, making it one of the longest-running seasons in the video game’s history. Last year, Epic Games created the “14 Days of Fortnite” event for the vacations, which recommends that the Season 1’s extension is no coincidence. Impressive Games states that the added time will let players gather more season rewards, however we expect a significant holiday-themed occasion to start soon.
The business has likewise announced that with the Fortnite v11.20 update, it will include the choice of playing the game’s PC variation utilizing Microsoft DirectX 12, which assures better CPU performance and circulation of rendering tasks. Fortnite’s PC version currently needs a Microsoft DirectX 11-capable graphics card, but Microsoft DirectX 12 assistance will pave the way for higher frame rates with a steady output. Impressive Games likewise plans to bring more features in the future that can make the most of the Microsoft DirectX 12 APIs.For the latest tech news follow EPICdigest on Instagram, Facebook, or Apple News.