It wasn't enough, fans of the video game Fortnite will now get this inside mechanized suits.
On Thursday, Epic Games publisher launched the 10th season of Fortnite, also known as Season X, fresh off one of its biggest export events to date.
At last weekend's Fortnite World Cup in New York, 16-year-old Kyle "Bugha" Giersdorf claimed the only title, beating out 99 other competitors for the top prize of $ 3 million.
In duos, Emil "Nyhrox" Bergquist Pedersen, 16, of Norway and Thomas "Aqua" Arnould, 17, of Austria won, splitting the $ 3 million prize. In total, the World Cup awarded $ 30 million in prizes.
So what can we expect from Season 10? Here's what you need to know:
Fortnite has mech suits now
It's formally called the B.R.U.T.E., but it's basically a mech suit similar to what you'd see in games like Titanfall. Two players can operate it, with one driver and one operating the weapons. Drivers can dash, super jump and stomp on opponents during combat, while the passenger can use a shotgun or missile launcher. Players will be able to give them extra protection while using the B.R.U.T.E.
Battle Passes as gifts
This season's Battle Pass comes with the typical rewards you would expect as a level up during the season. This time, you can give a Gift Pass to a friend. Epic says it's available on all platforms until Aug. 15. It even comes with a special gift box.
Season X is also promising "volatile" rift zones, which Epic describes in patch notes as "locations once thought to be lost, but they are not the same as they were once." The developer also said "mysterious gameplay changes."
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