Infinity Blade is in Fortnite Battle Royale Season 7

Image via Epic Games

Image via Epic Games

Fortnite season 7 has landed and we're trawling our way through all the awesome new features Epic Games have brought to the biggest and best battle royale game on PC.

That's because Epic Games just crushed Risky Reels and replaced it with The Block. From there the camera zooms out to a room of the cartoonish, now-iconic Fortnite characters watching it all unfold on their TV, when they get shocked out of their reverie by the major addition to Fortnite's new season: Christmas. Battle Pass owners will have early access to their own Creative island for one week, then all players will receive islands on December 13, 2018.

After the launch of Fortnite's Season 7 update, one player made a decision to take a trip down memory lane and see how much of the map has changed over the game's lifespan.

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The map, for instance, is changing once again, and players have an entirely new Battle Pass to progress through. Both can be leveled-up to unlock new styles, Epic said. But with Creative Mode, you'll now have unlimited time to play around and you can save your creations for later.

25x25 tile area on a flat section of your island.

Chests, floor loot and vehicle spawns will be determined by Epic.

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Fortnite Creative mode has leaked onto the Battle Royale map. Available in-game right now for 950 V-Bucks.

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