Fortnite Goes Cyberpunk and Adds Replay in Their Gigantic Update

A Mountain of Changes Reaches Save the World and Battle Royale

Every week is a great week to be a Fortnite player, thanks to every big update from Epic Games. This week, they’ve delivered some new features to Battle Royale and their fantastically fun Save the World PvE Mode. But the headline to Battle Royale is the addition of an incredibly intuitive, new Replay feature.

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There is a mountain of changes to the gigantic v3.5 update for Fortnite, so we’re going to get to the highlights. According to the notes, the new Replay feature for Fortnite Battle Royale lets players record their highlights, and it comes with a suite of cinematic editing features. This way, you can look your best even at your worst.

Next, there’s the “Port-a-Fort,” which is essentially a grenade that detonates to form a fort for cover. Something anyone could find a use for.

Furthermore, one of the biggest team brawl modes of all times has been updated. 50v50 mode has been updated to Version 2. This mode will be available for a limited time. “Due to this being a ‘large squad’ mode, Profile Stats will not be tracked. Daily & Weekly challenges will still work, with the exception of the Squad-based challenges (‘Place Top 6 in Squads’, etc.).”

Moving on to Save the World, new Cyberpunk Heroes skins are available. There’s a total of four, with Bullet Storm Jonesy (New Soldier Subclass), Harvester Sarah (New Ninja Subclass), Heavy BASE Kyle, and T.E.D.D. Shot Jess (New Outlander Subclass). Every single character has witnessed a series of tweaks and bug fixes. Naturally, the new Cyberpunk classes come with their own unique ability sets.


Fortnite is available now for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, and in the Apple Store. Every single platform shall see changes to UI, Audio, gameplay, and visuals with this v3.5 Patch. To view the entire mountain of changes to weapons, cosmetics, and quality-of-life, you can visit the official website. Stay tuned for more updates from Epic Games as time goes by. Considering their frequent improvements, it’s no wonder Fortnite recently passed GTA Online in active users. However, for goodness’ sake, don’t play the game in your classroom.