For those that don't know, Epic Games introduced Blockbuster challenges as part of its major season 4 update.
Over on Reddit, Epic Games shared a similar message within the Fortnite Battle Royale subreddit that explained why the challenges are being moved to Thursdays as opposed to the usual Tuesday start.
Epic Games has said that shopping carts will be scattered across the world in different locations so players will be able to push one around on their own or ride shotgun in one while their teammate pushes them. The player who's being pushed will have the ability to shoot others but it's pretty obvious the cart won't offer any protection to him or you.
While some players have reported no issues with finding the mushrooms, we also have a good number of players saying they can't find them. They can be found in woody, shady or swampy areas and will give 5 shield which maxes at 100.More news: Assad raises prospect of clashes with U.S. forces in Syria
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The loading screen shows a number of Fortnite Season 4 characters duelling in Tilted Towers, but if you look closely at the wall below the burning helicopter you can make out red spray paint in the shape of a crab with a yellow splodge just above it.
The feature that players will probably find most appealing, though, is the ability to track challenges in-game, "Starting in v4.3 there will be in-match pop ups to highlight your challenge progress", Epic explains. If you're playing on mobile, you'll finally get voice chat.
In addition, Fortnite is back a time-limited regimes "Blitz" and "Team of 20 people".
Fortnite patch V4.3 will be bringing into the game its first vehicle ever.