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Fortnite Chapter 3, Season 2: Resistance Removes Building, Adds Doctor Strange and Prowler to Its Battle Pass

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Fortnite Chapter 3, Season 2: Resistance has not only added Doctor Strange and Prowler to its Battle Pass, but it has also removed building from the battle royale.

Fortnite’s newest season asks players to “join the resistance in the final battle to free the Zero Point.” To help in this mission, Fortnite players will be able to use “all-new tactics like sprinting, mantling, and more” alongside the ability to actually drive an Armored Battle Bus – “complete with Chonkers Tires, a Cow Catcher, and two types of turrets.”

However, the biggest change appears to be the removal of building from Fortnite’s standard modes. To help with this drastic change, Fortnite has added an Overshield that will sit on top of your Shield and Health and will recover even if it gets down to 0.

The removal of building is obviously a temporary move for the story the Fortnite team is trying to tell, but competitive players need not worry as “building is unaffected in competitive/Arena playlists as well as in Team Rumble and Creative Islands.”

“Building has been wiped out,” a new in-game message reads. “It’s up to the Resistance to get it back. Jump in with your squad to help The Seven uncover the Imagined Orders nefarious plan.”

According to iFireMonkey, a leaked set of audios state that building will be disabled for the first nine days of this new season.

This new season will also bring back Bar Funding, which will let you “chip in bars towards pro-Resistance weapons and vehicles.” You can also fund the installation of turrets.

As for the new movement abilties, players will move at “a new, faster default movement speed, and sprint even faster for short bursts.” additionally, players will “gain the high ground with the new mantling ability – just grab onto a ledge and hoist yourself up!”

Joining Doctor Stranger and Prowler – who also happens to be Miles Morales’ uncle – in the Battle Pass are Tsuki 2.0, the Gunnar, and The Origin. Special quests will also be available that will let players “reprogram” the Omni Sword Pickaxe to configure it with a new blade, guard color, and sound.

While these are all exciting changes, one of the biggest moves Epic Games is undertaking is committing all of Fortnite’s proceed from March 20 – April 3 to “humanitarian relief for people affected by the war in Ukraine.” Xbox has joined them in that mission by committing their net proceeds for Fortnite for that time as well.

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Adam Bankhurst is a news writer for IGN. You can follow him on Twitter @AdamBankhurst and on Twitch.


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