Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 1: Flipped adds several new weapons, plus new sliding, swinging (including Spider-Man), and camp mechanics Epic Games

We know our site analytics. We know our audience isn’t big on Fortnite. A lot of us aren’t either, frankly. So for the few people in our audience who care, here is the trailer and all the new details about Fortnite Chapter 3, which is out now. Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 1: Flipped adds several new weapons, plus new sliding, swinging, and camp mechanics. Since there’s swinging, Spider-Man has arrived, in addition to Spider-Man’s Web Shooters as an item, and more Spider-Man characters (friend and foe) are apparently on the way to the Item Shop throughout the season. Meanwhile, the camp mechanic lets you and your team heal or store items that you can grab in future matches.

Check out Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 1: Flipped below. Epic Games has some additional details if you’re so inclined.

The Fortnite Island has been flipped and a new one has been revealed.

Due to a particularly cold winter, the first thing you’ll notice about the Island is that the western half’s a wintry biome. Perhaps stop by the suburban Greasy Grove, the industrial Logjam Lumberyard, and other locales.
Like warmer weather? To the east are the tropics, with coastal keys, palm trees, and weathered sights to see. Although The Seven have outposts all throughout the Island, the tropics are home to their home, the “Sanctuary.” This compound is right next to the coast, where you can get a clear view of the colossal rock statue of The Foundation. And speaking of colossal, the towering, web-covered Daily Bugle building is also in the area.
Like even warmer weather? In the south you can find the desert (some of it decorated in snow), but this desert isn’t barren on interesting places. Go off-road racing at Chonker’s Speedway, revel in cozy living at Condo Canyon, and something that will wet even the driest eyes, “come on down” to the returning Butter Barn.
A fresh slate of weapons awaits you on the Island. Here’s a rundown of what’s new!

Ranger Assault Rifle

Made for distance! The Ranger Assault Rifle is forceful at medium range and quite capable at long range.

MK-Seven Assault Rifle
Built from The Seven’s technology, the MK-Seven Assault Rifle is a medium- to long-range weapon with a high rate of fire. This Assault Rifle has a sight you can use while aiming. Align your target with the sight’s red dot!
If you want something even better, confront The Foundation for a special version of the MK-Seven Assault Rifle, sporting a slightly faster fire rate.

Striker Pump Shotgun
The Striker Pump Shotgun shoots a whole lot of pellets and boasts high burst damage. Aim… then strike!

Auto Shotgun
An automatic ally that lays down some serious firepower. The Auto Shotgun may not deal as much damage as the Striker Pump per shot, but it has a faster fire rate and reloads two shells at a time.

Stinger SMG
Appropriately named, the Stinger SMG deals high damage to both opponents and structures. It stings at medium range more than one may expect!

Sidearm Pistol
A trusty weapon to have by your side, the Sidearm Pistol is an accurate weapon that deals high damage at medium range and high headshot damage at close range. Don’t underestimate it!

Hunter Bolt-Action Sniper
The Hunter Bolt-Action Sniper deals high damage and can shoot three shots per clip. Get a second chance if you don’t land your shot the first time! (And a third… just in case.)

John Friscia
Head Copy Editor for Enthusiast Gaming, Managing Editor at The Escapist. I'm a writer who loves Super Nintendo and Japanese role-playing games to an impractical degree. I really miss living in South Korea. And I'm developing the game Boss Saga!

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