The brave data miners who've been coughing up data dust while cracking open Fortnite's v4.3 patch, have found a bunch of new stuff Epic Games have got in store for the Great Unwashed, and we're talking outfits, gliders, pickaxes and emotes.
The data mining was a combined effort by FortniteIntel and Fnbr, where the former dug up the outfits, while the latter found names and rarities. I've got to say, Epic really know their stuff, because some of these are just exquisite.
The video above shows the new Fortnite emotes: the old school Boggie Down, donkey-laughing Laugh It Up, our personal favourite Rambunctious and Baller. As you can see, the last one will fit like a glove onto some of these new skins.
The basketball flavoured Fortnite skins you see on the main photo are called Triple Threat and Jumpshot, from left to right, both of them rare. The burglar couple are called Rapscallion and Scoundrel, both of them with epic rarity. Same goes for Ventura, whereas Flytrap has legendary rarity.
As you can see, Epic Games' gliders are a perfect match, where Hang Time comes in epic rarity, Venus flyer is rare, while Van Gogh's and now Fortnite's Starry Night is only rare. Well, we guess it makes sense, since they probably stole it.
All of the three gliders hilariously match Epic Games' new themes and all three are rare. As for the back blings, both Burgle Bag and Strongbox come in epic rarity and should fit perfectly on the burglar pair.
The guys over at FortniteIntel and Fnbr were pretty quick to pounce on the latest Fortnite patch. In case you didn't catch it, Fortnite's v4.3 patch added Shopping Carts as the first Fortnite vehicle. In addition to health replenishing apples, Fortnite now boasts armour replenishing mushrooms.
Fortnite developer Epic Games have also been freshly sued by PUBG, although the company seems to be responding in the best way possible - by working on their game. Come to think of it, Greene and Co could learn a thing or two here.