The Reboot Vans makes its return to the tournament and Arena mode of Fortnite. These vans allow the players to respawn their teammates, Yet they were moved from all the competitive modes. The reason why Epic removed it was of bug that affected the scoreline of the matches. These vans were available in normal modes. After their removal from the competitive scene, many players complained to Epic since it changed their style of play. So it is great to see these vans coming back in play.
We are looking forward to seeing these vans in the upcoming qualifiers that take place this weekend. The May 4th and 5th will wark the fourth phase of the qualifiers and with the arrivals of the vans, we hope to see big changes in the Duos. Since the pros will be able to bring back their fallen teammates.
The Reboot Van has been repaired and is ready for action in Arena and Tournament playlists!
— Fortnite (@FortniteGame) April 30, 2019
New Hope for Ninja?
This mode will quite likely change the fact that some of the best players are yet to qualify for the competition. Since Tyler “Ninja” Blevins has yet to get into the leaderboards of the World Cup. So the possibility of respawning can only boost his chances.
If you are someone who is not in the qualifiers but still wants to enjoy the reboot vans then don’t worry. Since the vans are back in every mode you can think off. Epic quite likely got the idea of these vans from Apex Legends but still, they are miles ahead of the Respawn title. Apex is struggling to keep its community entertained while Fortnite continues to attract the masses.
Tfue to the finals
Meanwhile last weekend, Turner Tfue Tenney qualified for the Fortnite World Cup. In the third qualifying week, FaZe Clan scored 69 points and won first place in the NA East region. For the victory, Tenney received $ 5 thousand and a slot at the World Championships.
Previously, Tenney has repeatedly said that he will not be able to qualify for the Fortnite World Cup due to the stream sniper. He also complained that many top players had already studied his style and favorite landing locations. According to Tfue, after the World Cup, he is going to end the player’s career and will deal only with streams, since it brings more money. After summing up the qualifications, Tenney announced that he would continue to play in the qualifying matches for the tournament duets with his partner and teammate Dennis Cloak Lepore. Fortnite World Cup will take place from July 26 to 28 in New York. The prize fund of the tournament is $ 30 million.
Huge mood ?? pic.twitter.com/qRZoJ6o1C7
— Tfue (@TTfue) April 29, 2019
Streams on Fortnite collected the greatest spectator interest on Twitch from April 22 to April 28. Users watched a total of 17.4 million hours of content. The top-3 also includes the League of Legends and GTA V. The statistics were published by The Esports Observer portal.
The fourth place was taken by the non-game category Just Chatting, and the last in the top 5 was CCI Hearthstone. The seventh in the ranking was the new part of Mortal Kombat, and CS: GO closed the top ten.