3 things we want to see in Fortnite Chapter 3, Season 2

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Fortnite Chapter 3, Season 2 is nearly here.

Fortnite fans are getting ready, Chapter 3, Season 2 is nearly upon us. The new season is set to unfold this week and there is still a lot that we don’t know. It’s Fortnite, that’s how it goes. With sinkholes opening up across the map and the tornado and thunderstorm disasters wreaking havoc, it’s no real surprise to assume the worst for Chapter 2.

Anything could happen but there are things we want to happen. Like the return of those awesome mechs from Chapter 2’s final season. Those were fun.

We know those aren’t coming but we have some requests that maybe Fortnite would be able to give us when it all settles.

Three things we’d like in Fortnite Chapter 3, Season 2

No more tents

I hate them. I hate them, I hate them, I hate them. They’re ugly, an eyesore, they get in the way, they slow you down and hardly anyone uses them. They’re obnoxious and a drain on humanity. Get rid of them and never look back

The return of bows permanently

I would have personally never wanted the bows back for the Wild Hunt week if I had known they were just going to be taken away from me. The Drake Maps, Spider-Man web slingers, and other tie-in stuff continue to fester on the island, making the game unbearable at times (you can’t drop the maps, why!?) but the fun, and excitement of the bows? Nope, can’t have those. Bring them back, you cowards.

More interconnected underground networks

The mines and the underground bases have some nice interconnecting chambers to have fun with, but the map should really keep adding more to them. The game’s entire core concept for the chapter so far is about the drilling, right? So why not connect bases to the mines and extend the bases under more landmarks. Make it a layered combat zone.

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