Over the past few weeks, one of the biggest mysteries for Fortnite players has been the increasingly prominent presence of a number of comets in the sky which appear to be heading for the game's Tilted Towers.
If you want to keep up with the latest news on the game servers then you can track the server status for Fortnite here. Would you be up for some Battle Royale on the TV, before playing some of the co-op story mode on the go? Either way, Epic is doing a great job of keeping the community on tenterhooks and it looks like we're a matter of days from finding out. The caption says, "Battle". What might be more of a surprise is that the meteors are destructive to both structures and players. We've been waiting for a meteor to finally break through the atmosphere and come crashing down into Tilted Towers, but what if the meteor isn't actually bringing destruction?
It could be possible that the superhero is here to protect the map from the impending meteor strike.
Caster Semenya will have to reduce hormone levels to compete at Olympics
The new rule will apply to distances between 400m and a mile and it is expected to be operating by November this year . It was only after Savinova was exposed as a drug cheat that Semenya was upgraded to gold in both events.
Fortnite is not just a success on consoles and PC, as it also finds itself at the top of the sales chart for games on iOS.
According to PCGamesN, the timing of the superhero image is flawless for the game since the new Avengers movie has been released.
Ohio's Ashland University has announced that their esports program is adding Fortnite's Battle Royale mode to its offerings this autumn, as revealed by head coach Josh Buchanan, meaning that it'll be the first known collegiate program in the United States to add the game to its official esports program. The idea of a superhero theme sounds wonderful and could bring on some interesting challenges for anyone who has a Battle Pass for the next season.