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Epic Games Releases First Look of Port-a-Fort Grenade In Action
11 April 2018, 04:05 | Justin Tyler
Fortnite is already making millions on mobile as it tops the iOS charts
It's never too long before Fortnite throws something else at us to think about!
In order to keep the game fresh, Epic Games, the developer of Fortnite, have implemented various updates and patches to include new game modes, weapons, items, and other accessories since release, much to the enjoyment of community members.
Port-a-forts are small dice-shaped throwable objects that "sprout a quick defensive position upon impact". "Fortnite" has taken over the gaming lexicon and has changed the way online gaming is played.
We don't yet know how rare the item will be and whether it will create random structures out of random resources. The Port-a-Fort sounds like the flawless escape button for anyone who doesn't know how to build.
Fortnite is a worldwide phenomenon due to several factors working together, including its free-to-play model and the growing popularity of the Battle Royale genre that was started by PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds. It's loaded with helpful tips and tricks, including an overview of where to find Fortnite's vending machines and how they work. Check out the latest video, which shows a player taking a lift across the entire map on a rocket! Today, Epic Games finally gave the community a first look at the Port-a-Fort grenade in action, and it looks incredible.
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From just under 270 yards , with the rain making the air feel heavy, Reed hit 3-wood just over the water and short of the bunker. Asked by a reporter why some fans root against him, Reed replied: "I don't know ". "But I nearly pulled off the impossible".