Fortnite is getting nostalgic because it teases a return to Chapter 1

Kath Santarin
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Fortnite appears like will probably be tapping into some nostalgia subsequent month, as latest teases recommend a return to the very first map the sport featured.

Earlier this week, the official Fortnite Twitter account shared a teaser for an upcoming reveal, exhibiting a picture of the traditional battle bus, captioned, “Dash (or Mantle, your selection) again to Chapter 1….see you quickly 11.3.2023,” alongside the hashtag “FortniteOG.” Apparently sufficient, Epic vp and co-founder Mark Rein additionally tweeted previous to this tease that his “phrase for the subsequent season of Fortnite is: rewind!” So it actually looks like Fortnite will likely be winding issues again a bit to a model of the sport we've not seen shortly.

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Latest rumours have instructed that the sport goes as far as to carry again the map from the very first chapter of the sport too. Whereas official postings from the sport's social media accounts aren't saying a lot, as noticed by GameSpot, some influences have obtained packages that comprise sturdy hints the unique map is coming again. The bundle contains plenty of pins themed after Chapter 1's fifth to tenth seasons, in addition to a brand new one which reads “Fortnite OG.”

In addition to that, it contained a vinyl file that performs the previous foyer theme, and the Season 5 map is etched into the underside – all of which actually makes it seem to be the unique map will likely be returning.

Additionally price noting is the truth that the tweet teasing Fortnite OG, no matter it's, does make point out of sprinting and mantling, mechanics that weren't within the sport till Chapters 2 and three, so you will not want to fret in regards to the sport being too nostalgic.

Not too long ago, in collaboration with Treatment Leisure, Epic Video games additionally launched a mini remake of the unique Alan Wake utilizing Fortnite's UEFN instruments.

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