Fortnite Quadcrasher NEWS: New Vehicle Update coming to Battle Royale VERY SOON (Pic: EPIC GAMES)
Fortnite Quadcrasher is a brand new vehicle coming to Fortnite: Battle Royale very soon.
This new vehicle was teased via a brand new in-game announcement as part of the games Message of the Day menu.
Fans have noted seeing this message as of the evening of Thursday, October 11. The message itself states that the vehicle is "coming soon" but there's no exact ETA on when we can expect this to be added to the game.
The official description for the new Quadcrasher reads:
“Charge the boost to crash through structures or get some air!”
This will be the third vehicle added to Fortnite since its release, following the Shopping Cart and ATK.
The Quadcrasher will mark the third vehicle to be added to Fortnite since the games release, following in the footsteps of the Shopping Cart and ATK vehicles.
If we're being completely honest we can envisage this new Quadcrasher vehicle arriving this week.
The fact we've already had one pretty big content update to the game on Wednesday it seems more likely that this new vehicle will arrive as part of the games next update coming next week.
However, as pointed out by Forbes it's quite possible that this new vehicle might undergo quite a bit of tweaking when it is released.
"When it does arrive, I'm going to predict some technical issues," explained Forbes Dave Thier
"Both ATVs and Shopping Carts went through several rounds of bugs, disabling and re-enabling, and that wouldn't be impossible this time around."
Especially when you factor in the fact that this Vehicle sounds like it's geared towards ramming into existing structures the potential for things to go wrong could be heightened.
That being said, Thier also pointed out that Epic Games might actually be better prepared after learning from those past vehicle releases.
"It's also possible that Epic has a much better handle on how to handle wheeled objects since those early days, but it's not hard to imagine that boost causing all sorts of unexpected strangeness."