Battle Royale that the Fortnite items | Lover.fm

Posted: 10/12/2018 - 0 comment(s) [ Comment ]
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It seems so wonderfully suitable into the world of Fortnite: Battle Royale that the Fortnite items supreme reward for its most deadly of gamers is something so strangely yummy: an umbrella. When you find a participant descending into the map holding a Mary Poppins-style umbrella, then that means that they are feared competitors because they have pried that umbrella out of the leavings of 99 defeated opponents and maintained it via a Victory Royale, and none in 50 vs. 50, either.

 

Each season has its umbrella that you can collect along with the bottom one, which makes these the ultimate collectable: to observe a player with an umbrella is one thing, to find a player with the latest umbrella is just another. Let's take a look at the Season 5 Victory Umbrella, coming to us originally through Youtube user and presumed early winner Andy Spiller.

It is a beach umbrella, clearly. I suppose this sort of thing was inevitable, at some point? Beach umbrellas are, on a technical level, among the main umbrella subsets after all. The debut of Lazy Links and Paradise Palms follow a clear sort of summertime fun sub-themesomething which we also see with the new lifeguard and leaked shark skins. The beach umbrella is unquestionably a part of the Cheap fortnite materials theme, even though I'm not all that wild about it, overall. Last year saw a strange-looking graffiti-covered umbrella with some real personality, and the season before that watched my favorite so far, and not just because it's the only one I have: a red paper parasol with dragon detail.

So far, Season 5 is slightly difficult to pin down, much like Fortnite itself. Most people assumed it would be time traveling, and I'm not willing to come out and say it isn't time travel. But it's clearly a whole lot of other things too: both big new areas are sort of summer fun themed, with a little California moving on. The beach umbrella is definitely a part of that narrative, I would argue.

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