Chapter 2 of Fortnite Season 3 is coming. This will be the last season, which is scheduled for June 4th. Without a doubt, it will provide an entirely new experience for players from all over the world. For the past three years, Epic Games has always been evolving its Battle Royale mode. We saw everything from planes to helicopters and everything. Chapter 2 of the third season set a new pace for Battle Royale mode. Changes are few and far between today in Fortnite.
The third season offers an opportunity for Epic Games to return to its roots and update Fortnite completely. This new season will certainly cover and reveal a plethora of items. We have compiled a list of five things that should come out of retirement for the new season.
Since the launch of Fortnite Chapter 2, rotational items are few and far between. The third season deserves much more than just boats and launch pads. What Fortnite lacks is a low-risk rotational item. Shadow Bomb, which is one of the most versatile rotation options in Fortnite history. At a high level, these items change the game. They exist as a valuable alternative to the launch pad.
The shadows bombs will allow a player to hide, remaining invisible, for six seconds. These items also guarantee players a double jump, which is useful in many different scenarios. Shadow Bombs offer a low risk, high reward rotational option that does not currently exist. At the end of season 9, these rotational items left Fortnite. For many Fortnite fans, they should have come back. But it seems that this wait will end, they will receive Shadows Bombs with open arms.
The Shields Bubbles were fun to use in Season X, however short-lived. Players were already used to the usefulness of these items. Shield Bubbles would fit nicely into the current goal of chapter 2 of season two. Typically, players positioned in the zone will focus on one or two unfortunate victims when they come out of the storm. This attack is inevitable in most cases.
Would Shield Bubbles be the savior if he finds his way back to Battle Royale? The gameplay would change a lot, almost completely. Players would now have the option of carrying a maximum stack of two shield bubbles. Taking two Shield Bubbles would mean that players could avoid punishment at the end of the game. These items give players the option to pack, deploy a shield bubble and heal at will. It would be interesting to see Shield Bubbles reappear in the new season.
We all know exactly how ridiculously powerful some of the weapons in Fortnite are today. The Heavy Sniper is the main one. This is where the consumable Bush would come into play and offer the Sniper Rifle a safe counter. Many players ignored Bush for a few seasons, failing to see his true potential. Bush will save a player’s life from the wrath of a heavy sniper or any sniper. It is a simple change that would give players a second chance at life.
Battle Royale Fortnite no longer uses utility traps to their full potential. Fortnite Chapter 2 Seasons 1 and 2 feature only Spike Traps and Launch Pads. Poison dart traps and mounted towers are no more. The third season would be an excellent opportunity to reintroduce Bouncer into Battle Royale. Since Season X the Bouncers no longer appear.
Players can deploy security on floors, walls and ramps. These security guards also deny fall damage to save a player in near-death situations. These versatile utility traps would be a useful addition to the current Fortnite goal. Security guards resort from a competitive and casual perspective.
Healing is certainly not an issue with the current state of Fortnite. Floppers, Small Frys Slurpfish, Bazooka Bandage, Medkits, Bandages, Small Shield Potions and Big Shield potions exist as healing options. For players who don’t usually focus on fishing, it can be a challenge to find enough shield and health potions to carry them throughout an entire game. The inclusion of Chug Splashes in chapter 2 of the third season may be worth it.
Chug Spalshes’ life came to an end when Fortnite moved on to Chapter 2, season one. These healing items are some of the most useful because of their instant effect. Players can instantly launch a Chug Splash on the ground below them or in a friendly to heal 1 HP. Chug Splashes also comes with the ability to stack up to four per inventory slot. They are equally effective in individual and team matches. Although smaller, Chug Splashes would fit perfectly into Fortnite Chapter 20 Season 2.