Reboot Van Coming Soon To Fortnite Battle Royale

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They need to get a hold of reboot cards from their dead teammates for respawning them. Once the reboot van is used successfully, it will be inactive for a few minutes before another team can use it.

Fortnite update 8.30 is just around the corner, and Epic has announced one of its highlight features via a Dev Update video. The video also advises players to give some items to their respawned teammates, which suggests that revived players will return to the game without any items, also as in Apex Legends. After doing so, any teammate can go to a Reboot Van and activate it to make allies respawn on top of the van, one by one. It is not too hard to accomplish it, since all you need to do will be picking up the Reboot Card of an eliminated friend, and then head to some of the predisposed Reboot Van's locations.

For those who follow Fortnite closely, the Reboot Van has been a known quantity for quite some time.

It's hard to ignore the similarities to Apex Legends' respawn beacons - one of the new battle royale's differential features that separates it from other games in the genre. Earlier today, Fortnite announced the introduction of the "Reboot Van", which comes to the game next week.

If you've played Apex Legends, you might recognise this system.

Players will be able to find Reboot Vans spread out around main points of interest in Fortnite's island.

Players will drop Reboot Cards upon death. In the Season 8 update, they introduced their own form of a pinging system.

According to Epic Games, "players will edit incorrect structure if backed up against a friendly built structure". Players will only be able to use the Reboot Van again after it has recharged. Most of the player base wants a revert, but it's unclear if we're ever going to get it.

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