Beside the city, "Fortnite" Battle Royale will receive "a bunch of new areas on the west side of the map", according to Epic Games. Williams explained that this was being done not only because the special event was now over but also to improve the balance in the game, with the addition of new points of interest already adding a bunch more locations for you to find that elusive Legendary Scar in.
The map update itself will add new POIs and also named areas on the west side of the map, which Eric said is now "a little bit light on points of interest".More news: New Zealand bat first in third ODI against Pakistan
Furthermore, Williamson says that Fortnite's different "biomes" in Battle Royale have been divided up in a way to have them be more distinguishable from one another.
"The swamp feels swampier, the mountains feel more mountain-y". However, the wait has come to an end as the game developer revealed that the new city would be released in next week's update. On November 30, Epic Games, "Fortnite" developer, revealed the new #City that would be added, and while players got really excited for it, they had to wait almost two months for it to come to the game.More news: CES 2018: Google announces Assistant for Smart Displays, Android Auto and more
"We've also separated the map into more clearly defined, what we call, biomes", said Williamson.
With regard to the Holiday Trees, they will be leaving with the change to the map, but Williamson assures players that other seasonal treasure chests and such feature in future.More news: North Korean Eateries Still Feasting on Beijing Diners Despite Shutdown Deadline
Battle Royale will get its first major update of 2018 next week. While all of this definitely sounds promising, hopefully the implementation of the new map update won't bring about any unforeseen server issues next week.