Fortnite update 10.30 leaks: New skins, items, map changes, loading screens and lots more
UPDATE: Fortnite update 10.30 patch notes have finally been revealed by Epic Games.
The new update makes plenty of changes, adding Moisty Palms POI, disguises and community voting for shop items.
Fortnite patch notes 10.30 UPDATE: Moisty Palms, Greasy Grove, shop votes, disguises, more
Fortnite update 10.30 patch notes may have been delayed, but that hasn’t stopped fans from discovering lots of secrets within the game files.
New Fortnite update 10.30 leaks have shined the light on new skins, new items, new loading screens, map changes and more.
As you can see from the image posted by Lucas7Yoshi below, upcoming skins and variations include Toxic Tagger, Swamp Stalker, Visitor Volta and Guaco.
New items include the Wedge, Spiked Shell, Starlet, Moose and Dreamer.
Release dates for the new 10.30 skins and items are yet to be revealed, so expect them to launch before the next big numbered update in two weeks.
Sadly, there’s no sign of any IT Chapter 2 rewards, which means the rumoured event is unlikely to take place.
The leaks also include the upcoming loading screen (above), which sees various characters hanging by the pool.
Titled Summer Slurp, the description calls it a “Moisty end to summer fun”.
Fans can also take a look at the new and updated map, which can be seen below.
Even without the benefit of patch notes you can see that two fan-favourite locations have made a return.
Following the appearance of Rift Beacons above Paradise Palms and the frozen lake near Polar Peak, Epic has brought Greasy Grove and Moisty Mire back into the mix.
You’ll be able to read more about them when the 10.30 patch notes become available.
Perhaps one of the more interesting leaks has to do with a new radar function when playing Fortnite.
According to Fortnite News, the new radar function will work in a similar way to other popular multiplayer shooters.
“Epic Games is working on implementing enemies onto your radar…” reads a Fortnite News tweet.
“This image is relating to an Enemy Dot on the radar, and judging by how other games work, you’ll see this when a player shoots on your map!”
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