Epic Removes Guided Missiles From Fortnite: Battle Royale

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The guided missile was one of the latest weapons to be added into Fortnite Battle Royale, and it brought a whole new element to the game with its remote controlled capabilities.

"The "Custom Matchmaking" button will be disabled at the end of the event and can not be used outside of the event", Epic Games wrote at the time. Stay tuned to Shacknews for more updates. With season four approaching soon, some fans believe that it would be the ideal time to make a radical change to the game world doing just that. You can see it approaching the map in the video clip above.

But, there were also many complaints that the guided missile was overpowered. You could defend against them, but Guided Missile still shook the game up in a way many players found intrusive.

The hottest mobile game on the planet right now is Fortnite. The game's massive player base should expand big time very soon when its Android version launches, although it is unknown when that will happen. With content Season 4 on the horizon, the door is wide open for major happenings in the days ahead.

The predominance of battle royale mode rumours has some industry analysts predicting that the genre will shake out the way the MOBA genre did: a couple of titles will be successful, but most will fail. Some believe the vibrations actually constitute a message in Morse Code, allegedly reading SOS D5 418, which could in turn relate the meteor spotted in the game's skies. The same site that had previously revealed the week 7 and 8 challenges ahead of time. However, earlier this week, the list of Battle Pass challenges for the corresponding current week were leaked to the online community before the official announcement.

The only thing to note is that this week's challenges include the same "Taco Shops" task that turned out to be false last week.

Once Fortnite Battle Royale Season 3 ends on April 30th, you will no longer be able to get these items, even if you keep playing.