Fortnite: Burst Assault Rifle arrives today but weekly patch delayed

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Since it became available, Fortnite's Infinity Gauntlet mode has been a big hit with fans of Epic Games' wildly popular sandbox survival title, as the Limited Time Mode has allowed players to wield the titular glove as the Marvel Cinematic Universe's character Thanos and wreak havoc upon the competition.

It fits in with the superhero theme of Fortnite season 4, which was launched a few weeks ago. However, considering that a mobile version of "Fortnite Battle Royale" doesn't have the replay feature, it will be interesting to see if Epic Games enable it.

Epic made the announcement stating the Infinity Gauntlet Limited Time Mashup will end on May 15th. So some sort of glider is likely to be part of the update, as well.

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In the special gameplay mode, Thanos' all-powerful Infinity Gauntlet - which in the movies has the power to instantly wipe out trillions of living beings - will spawn at random points in the map.

Beefing you out to epic proportions and letting you slip into the threads of choice for the would-be God, it's a kinda' nifty look (though it also makes you stand out like a sore thumb). Of course, as has been the case with many LTMs, the aforementioned mode will retire, and it's set to leave the game tomorrow on May 15, 2018.

In order to get through all the ranks all the way to 100, it will take some serious grinding, but the weekly challenges are the fastest way to boost through the tiers, offering bonus XP and battle stars.

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