• Fortnite's Controversial Glider Redeploy Is Back

    3 days ago - By IGN

    The glider redeploy, one of the most controversial gameplay mechanics in the history of Fortnite, is making its return as a usable item.
    Announced by Epic Games , the glider redeploy will be returning with patch v7.20 and will take up an inventory slot if you choose to equip it. It can be found from normal loot sources, including floor loot, chests, vending machines and supply llamas.
    Players can activate glider redeploy as they normally would (in the past, it would deploy if a player fell from a height of three stories or more and allow them to land safely), and each deployment of the...
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  • Fortnite glider redeploys are coming back, but put away your pitchforks because it's an item now

    3 days ago - By GamesRadar

    One of Fortnite's most controversial mechanics is coming back in a more palatable form
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  • Fortnite Bringing Back Glider Redeploy With a Catch

    3 days ago - By Game Rant

    Fortnite changes up the way glider redeploy will work across all game modes by itemizing the feature and thereby limiting the way it works for balance purposes.
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  • Fortnite Update Bringing Glider Redeploy Back, With A Big Change

    3 days ago - By GameSpot

    Fortnite flirted with an deployable glider that would let you soar across the battlefield in style, but quickly ended the test feature. Now it's back as an item, with a handful of changes that Epic says should make the glider fulfill its intended purpose. Starting with the v7.20 patch, the Glider Redeploy will take up an inventory slot and be discoverable as a normal piece of loot in chests, vending machines, and supply llamas. You don't need to select the item, but it will use up charges and then disappear once all the charges have been used. Using Launch Pads, Rifts, and LTM respawns...
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  • Fortnite revives Glider Redeploy with latest update

    Fortnite revives Glider Redeploy with latest update

    3 days ago - By Windows Central

    Fortnite keeps on getting better.
    Fortnite is a free-to-play third-person shooter with building mechanics. The title has become a cultural sensation due to its unique blend of expressive gameplay. Back in February 2018, Epic Games stated that the title was played by roughly 3.4 million gamers concurrently. Since then, that figure has ballooned to 8.3 million. Considering that there are so many players, the revenue generated from people buying the campaign and microtransactions is significant to say the least. In order to keep players coming back for more, the developer needs to add new...
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