'Fortnite' Season 7: Here's What's Been Vaulted

Fortnite Season 7 Arrives Today With New Locations, Items, Custom Minigames And More

Fortnite Season 7 Arrives Today With New Locations, Items, Custom Minigames And More

You can see what happened in the images below.

The next season for Fortnite has arrived after being teased earlier this week and it's bringing a chilly feel to the game.

As of this morning, Fortnite season 7 is now live, and as ever a new season of Fortnite means a drastic change to the map, themes, and content of the game. The planes can be found scattered around the map, but there are only a couple of airstrips.

Thursday's seasonal update also adds some new wintry locations, such as Frosty Flights, Polar Peak, and Happy Hamlet.

The big picture: Epic's money-printing machine rolls on with the launch of Season 7 of Fortnite.

The new Ziplines have been added all over the map nearly wherever there are mountains.

Fortnite Season 7 Arrives Today With New Locations, Items, Custom Minigames And More

This will be Creative Mode, a special sandbox experience that allows players to create by themselves.

Weapon skins known as Wraps are new additions to the Battle Pass.

This includes cosmetic rewards, such as new skins, outfits, gliders and harvesting tools, as well as a number of other items thrown in by Epic Games.

Creative Mode will be available to all Fortnite players eventually, but until December 13, only those with a Battle Pass will be able to play.

When it comes to everything Fortnite season 7, make sure you check out the Fortnite patch notes 7.0 that details all the latest stuff that's just landed in the game.

It's hard to say how all these new changes will affect the game and how players will take to the game-changing new ways to travel. Developer in partnership with Chair Entertainment back in 2010, Infinity Blade was the first IOS game to run on the Unreal Engine.

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