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Fortnite Adds Score Royale Limited Time Mode and Rift-To-Go Item

Patch 5.30 of Fortnite adds a new limited time mode, Score Royale, which has players focus on points—the Rift-To-Go item has also been added.

August 24, 2018

Fortnite has reached version 5.30, with big additions to both Battle Royale and Save the World modes. The main additions are the previously-teased Rift-To-Go item, and a new Limited Time Mode called Score Royale.

Both are just what they sound like—the Rift-To-Go is an inter-dimensional rift that players can keep in their equipment; upon use, the player and their allies can use it to fly from out of the sky and make a surprise landing. Of course, players should be wary of enemies potentially using the same portals.

Score Royale will have players gaining points by performing various tasks, such as collecting coins, opening loot boxes, and eliminating enemies. The scoring chart, according to Epic’s website, is below.

Scoring Chart

Winning Score (Solo)2000
Winning Score (Duos)3000
Winning Score (Squads)4500
Use an Apple or Mushroom10
Open an Ammo Box25
Open a Llama50
Open a Supply Drop100
Eliminate an Enemy100
Open a Treasure Chest50
Find a Bronze Coin30
Find a Silver Coin50
Find a Gold Coin100

Meanwhile, the Save the World mode hasn’t been forgotten, with the campaign adding a new weapon. The Blunderbuss Assault Rifle does a good amount of damage, with plenty of ammunition to spare.

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Fortnite v5.30 is now available to play on all platforms—hope that the patch doesn’t crash the game again.

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Chris is a writer currently based in the Philadelphia area. They are currently writing for film website Flixist, podcasting for Marvel News Desk, and were an editorial intern for Paste Magazine's gaming section. They graduated from Carnegie Mellon University with a creative writing major.

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