Battle Royale game Fortnite According to a report by GameRant, it has acquired a new Quicksand feature that makes players invisible. But keep in mind, that is not what should be done. The new season 5 of the game in Chapter 2 has just begun and the map is now filled with quicksand with a desert area that can be used to hide it. But this feature has spawned a kind of bug that makes players out there invisible or invincible.
The use of quicksand should coincide with the theme of the war royal game hunter, whose new season revolves around bounty hunters. While the Quicksand feature was introduced to surprise the opponent, giving it invisibility gave it more than it asked for. And it will give forever, too!
While this may be fun for a while before the error is prevented, it can be frustrating for serious players. The new season is fresh and there may still be some bugs. Prior to this, some PlayStation and Xbox players had complained about the endless loading time that was slowing down their games, which was reported to be addressed by Epic. Epic has not yet acknowledged this bug in Quicksand.
Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 5 has officially begun, which means there haven’t been a bunch of game changes, but new bugs and problems have also developed. Not long ago, players on the PlayStation and Xbox versions reported that they were suffering from endless loading times, though Epic promised to review it.
Another, particularly disappointing bug is that it is now ruining matches and this has to do with Fortnite’s new Quicksand feature. As a primer for those who don’t know, Season 5 seems to be focused around bounty hunters, with new mechanics like using golden rods to recruit allies.
The map now features a new desert area, filled with quicksand that players can use to hide themselves. Although players are invincible and cannot use or build weapons, it matches the “hunter” aesthetic of the season and can be used to get a drop on opponents.
The problem is that for some reason, some players using Quicksand can be invisible, permanently rotated, or completely invincible, often represented by a clip on Reddit by Dataminer iFireMonkey.
While both of these issues can be entertaining for anyone who manages to provoke trouble, it will eventually tilt the playing field and provide an unfair advantage, allowing for unjustified victories. In addition, comments indicate that it affects all versions of the game.
At the time of writing, Epic has yet to acknowledge the issue or add it to the official Trello board, which provides players with updates on bug fixes. Hopefully, the problem will be resolved soon, though whether this is a simple solution is someone’s guess. It’s entirely possible that the Quicksand feature should be disabled for some time before Epic resolves it.
It is a shame to see that the new season is already in trouble, especially with how well the Galacticus event served as the season finale. The closing of the most cinematic Fortnite finale, the Marvel-focused season, is Fortnite’s biggest event, crashing Twitch servers because of how popular it is.
Season 5 has also been well received by fans for its map changes, with the addition of the Mandalorian as another Star Wars crossover. And with the epic tease hunters of other universes jumping into the arena, fans are hoping for other crossovers as well.
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