Fortnite is testing a clever way to help you find teammates. Fortnite may be the perfect blast to play with your friends. But pairing with random players is a huge hit. For some random teams, I’ve been to, coordinating any kind of effective strategy can be a daunting task. To help you find better partners, the developer of Fortnite Epic Games explores new social media tags to find profiles that allow you to show how you like to play and can be used to compare you with other like-minded players.
Fortnite is testing a clever way to help you find teammates
According to the blog post, markers will include things like your favorite game modes. And whether you want to use a microphone or not. If you add at least one community tag, you’ll be able to send and receive party invitations from people with similar tags in your server region using the new “Search for Party” section in the sidebar. You can browse or close “Looking For Party”, so if you do not want to receive invitations from other players based on your tags, just close it.
You may not have public tags and Party View features yet, however, as they are still being tested. “These features will be increasingly distributed to all players at a cost based on testing,” Epic said. And you will want to make sure you have the latest game update, released Tuesday.
Fortnite help you find teammates
Epic started Fortnite’s latest season in early June, and it’s all about the movies. Darth Vader is the unmistakable skin of the passing battle of this season, and as part of a new update, you can fight him on the island of Fortnite for a cast lightsaber.
Amazon Astro is an indoor robot that will cost $ 1499.99 on sale (you can request an invitation to check it out for $ 1,000 right now). It is specially designed as a portable security camera at home and is a smart Alexa speaker with wheels. Although a new concept, without any arms there is not much this robot can do.