Fortnite Event allows you to return to a match after dying as a ghost

Fortnite is currently running its Halloween theme titled “Fortnitemares 2020: Midas’ Revenge” and it will last until November 3rd. While this update brings with it some aesthetic changes like Halloween decorations, flying brooms, and more, there is a big change in gameplay too. Players who die during a game come back as ghosts. This works in solos, duos or squads and you get “otherworldly skills” when you play as a ghost or, as the game calls it, as a “shadow”.

Fortnitemares 2020: Midas’ revenge introduces a new game mechanic that makes the hugely popular Battle Royale more interesting. After dying in a match, players are reborn as ghosts or shadows and can rejoin the battle for revenge or compete with other human players, The Verge Remarks. As a shadow, you can own vehicles, become invisible when stationary, and consume materials to prevent other human players from using them against you. While you don’t have weapons to take out other players, you can attack them in close combat.

You can also search for nearby human players in this ongoing mode in Fortnite. You will see a red indicator where the human players are so you can attack them or just mess with them.

With the introduction of this new mechanic, the general approach to an encounter may change. While some players loosen up knowing they can return as ghosts, others may think more cautiously that if they kill someone they can come back for revenge.

Fortnitemares 2020: Midas’ Revenge started October 21 and will last through November 3 to celebrate the Halloween season.

Recently, Epic released an update to Fortnite – version 14.40 – which was 27 GB in size, but brought tweaks that reduced the overall game size to under 30 GB. Originally the game was around 90GB in size and this update has reduced the size of the game by more than 60GB. It also brings some bug fixes and improvements to the game.

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