I stopped playing Fornite for around 6 months because of the pvp update, but decided to come back and see what changed. Seems things have improved like.
- Sprinting no longer uses energy.
- Now can build over structures, where before you could not if it did not break if placed.
- Seasonal gold and items that can be bought with it. Seems cool. Able to buy storage as well.
- Most materials now stacks to 200, instead of 99.
- The max wood, stone, and metal is based on what skill tree you on, from 2000 to 5000 I think.
- Husks don't seem as hard as they used to be. (Am level 61 at near end of canny.)
- FC chat seems more dead.
- Seems like people trade and "taxi" to higher levels, don't remember this on the first months this game came out.
- No longer grey level types, back then if you where overleveled and did them you get no commander xp at all, seems like they changed it where they are always green, giving Commander xp.
- Speaking of Commander xp, seems like they changed the values on them, don't recall needing millions of xp for next level.
- Can now access storage and backpack from main menu, and craft while in there as well, cool.
- Pickaxe damage seems to scale correctly now. Before that you needed more hits to break something in canny.
That is all I noticed so far. Might have forgotten some or have not seen the other changes yet. If there is something that has changed but not talked about yet, let me know. Thanks.
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