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Fortnite Leak Claims VR Support Is on the Way

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Fortnite’s 21.50 update is here, giving dataminers even more content to sift through in the game files. Leaker HYPEX claims the new files reference Oculus, likely meaning VR support is coming to Fortnite in the future. Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 3 is drawing to a close, with Season 4 set to arrive in mid-September. Epic aren’t slowing down ahead of the new season though, as they dropped the 21.50 update on August 30, bringing back Late Game Arenas and introducing the Shadow of Phantasm week. These updates always give leakers an insight into what’s to come, and new files added in 21.50 suggest that virtual reality support could be coming to Fortnite in a future season. According to popular leaker HYPEX, “Epic added stuff related to Oculus (Quest, Quest 2 & Mobile)” in the 21.50 update. They believe this means there’s “most likely proper VR support in the future.” Epic added stuff related to Oculus (Quest, Quest 2 & Mobile) in today's update. Most likely proper VR support in the future.. — HYPEX (@HYPEX) August 30, 2022 While it’s unclear what Fortnite would look like in VR, some have speculated that it will use the first-person mode that has been leaked for a while now. HYPEX reported back in July that a first-person mode was “updated quite a few times,” and suggested we might see it in Season 4. However, even if the first-person mode arrives with Season 4, it could be much longer until we see VR support added. Perhaps it will come with the Creative 2.0 update which will allow players to create their own games in Fortnite. But, this is just a leak for now with no confirmation from Epic Games, so there’s no guarantee that Fortnite will receive VR support. Not much has been leaked about Chapter 3 Season 4 yet, but you’ll want to make sure you’ve unlocked Indiana Jones and stayed on top of the weekly quests to unlock all of the Battle Pass skins before they disappear to make way for the next batch. Image Credit: Epic Games The post Fortnite leak claims VR support is on the way appeared first on Charlie INTEL.

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Unfortunately, this leak was a complete waste of time and fans of Fortnite won't be getting Fortnite to support VR. According to Epic Games CEO, Tim Sweeney, VR will not suit the game's mechanics and style, we won't be seeing VR support for the game. 

https://www.pcgamesn.com/fortnite/vr-gameplay-epic-battle-royale-game#:~:text=The recent footage comes after,%2C” Sweeney told The Verge.

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