Fortnite: Season 4 Cosmetic Items Leaked, Plus Battle Pass Skins
It has been mere hours since the meteor came crashing down in Fortnite. As previous leaks and teasers hinted at, it was in fact Dusty Depot that met a disastrous fate. Now called Dusty Divot, the impact site has all sorts of goodies. Some new buildings to destroy, glowing consumable rocks that lower the gravity for those who ride that train, and much more. This wasn’t the only area hit with some space rocks, but we won’t get into that right now.
Instead, let’s focus on the new skins available via Battle Pass tiers as well as some leaked goodies. First up, let us take a gander at all of the glorious skins that will be obtainable by leveling up the Battle Pass:
Of course, these skins aren’t the only new cosmetic items coming to the game. Thanks to TwoEpicBuddies over on Twitter, who datamined the goodies from the most recent update, we now have a look at the gliders, pickaxes, outfits, and more coming to Fortnite throughout Season 4. Further datamining found on Storm Shield One’s database went a step further and revealed the names and rarities of the leaked cosmetic items. Check them out for yourself below:
If you thought this was everything that has already arrived, or will be coming to the game, you’ve got another thing coming. How can anyone forget about glorious patch notes? We’ve compiled a few of the best Battle Royale updates below:
BRACE FOR IMPACT! NEW MAP UPDATE
Shards of the comet have crashed! Many locations have been transformed by its impact. Discover all new points of interest, or find your favorite landing spot changed.
The comet has left a scar on the island… Visit the crater and you’ll find glowing rocks all around.
Consume them and lift off with low gravity!
- Structures on the starting island can now be destroyed. Not the Battle Bus, though.
- Headshots are now prioritized when other body parts are in the way.
- Incoming headshots (from above or straight on) will no longer be blocked by your character’s other body parts.
- For example, a shot that hits your target’s hand will be able to penetrate through and hit their head if your aim was on point. You’ll be credited headshot damage instead of normal damage.
- Headshots from below that are blocked by a body part (legs, torso, hands, shoulders, arms) will do normal damage, except for impacts very close to your character’s head.
- This change affects all weapons, except for the Rocket Launcher and Grenade Launcher.
- Slightly reduced the hitbox size of player hands.
- Damage numbers are now visible when spectating a player.
- Knocking a player off the island will award elimination credit like normal fall damage.
- Fall distance is now shown in the elimination feed when a player is forced to fall by an opponent.
- On the starting island, you can now see other players (and player-created structures) about three times further away than before.
Weapon + Items
- The Crossbow has been vaulted.
- Rocket Launcher aim reticle is now a fixed size regardless of player movement.
- Hit markers are now displayed when looking through a scope.
- Increased pickaxe damage against Supply Llamas, now dealing 50 damage per hit.
To read the full patch notes, including what’s new in Save the World, those can be found right here. Fortnite is currently available on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and iOS devices. Keep it tuned to Don’t Feed the Gamers as this story develops, and for other gaming news going on right now, check out the following:
- Rainbow Six Siege Patch Notes Bring New Operator Balance Changes
- God Of War Director Has “Five Games” In Mind For The Series
- Shadow Of The Tomb Raider Dev Explains Why They Took Over For Crystal Dynamics
What say you, gamers? Are you ready to dominate Season 4 of Fortnite? Which items are you most excited for? Sound off in the comments section below, and be sure to follow DFTG on Twitter for live gaming and entertainment news 24/7!
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Eric is an editor and writer for Don't Feed the Gamers. When he is not staring at a computer screen filled with text, he is usually staring at a computer screen filled with controllable animations. Today's youth call this gaming. He also likes to shoot things. With a camera, of course.