What Has Changed for Save the World in Season 10?


Fortnite’s Save the World mode usually does not get the same love as Battle Royale but with Season 10’s beginning came changes to the game mode as well. Here is what changed in Save the World this season and what could be to come in the coming weeks.

Fortnite’s Save the World mode, which is the paid mode in which you fight off waves of undead and build your own shelter by building much like you would defend yourself from an enemy player in Battle Royale.

Epic Games and Fortnite have done a pretty solid job at keeping their Save the World content up-to-date and with Season 10 the mode continued to progress by bringing back and old weapon, adding to some already fun missions and continuing to fix some bugs and issues with the game mode.

For starters, a fan favorite character named Crackshot has a brand new mission for players called “Song of the Summer” in which players make their way to the Radio Station in the map to broadcast his song. The quest is only weekly so you should try and get it done as quickly as possible.

A fan-favorite gun is also returning to Save the World, the Typewriter. Much like the drum gun, the Typewriter is an assault rifle in the game that shoots at a much faster speed than any other assault rifles and has a much larger clip as well and can take down undead pretty quickly.

New missions have also been added to the game with again, Crackshot himself and it is likely that a new weekly challenge will be added to the game as Season 10 progresses.

For those interested in Save the World, it is $39.99 USD for the Standard Edition and $59.99 USD for the Deluxe Edition of the game which of course comes with some Battle Royale perks as well.

Try out all the new additions and unvaultings that Save the World has to offer because Crackshot is waiting for you.