In our last post for Fortnite (this one) we summarized some of the changes the Fortnite team wished to bring to the game and now some of those changes have leaked down into the 1.10 release including new characters for Xbox One players, improvements for console players in general and the much awaited requested new inventory UI

So Fortnite 1.9.1 has arrived and thankfully it's a server side update so no downloading of massive assets required, unless however you happen to own an Xbox One X in which case you may (unconfirmed) have to download 4K assets as Fortnite is now taking full advantage of all the extra juice the Xbox One X has to offer. Additionally, for the Battle Royale mode we see the debut of the smoke grenade a none lethal distraction to help you get out of sticky situations or distract the enemy long enough for you to sneak up behind them and shotgun them to bits!

PokemonGo Hub is reporting that Ho-Oh the Legendary fire/flying type pokémon from generation II will be making its debut in Pokémon Go, according to this article the legendary bird has been released and will be a raid boss around the world until December 12th and will not require an EX invite

The latest event from Niantic for its popular augmented reality game Pokemon Go is for lack of a better word a weird one. The event works on the basis of users going out and trying to catch 3 billion (you read that right) Pokemon and based on the amount caught, depends on what bonus the "community" gets

Save the World was the original game mode for Epic Games Fortnite and while Battle Royale is currently the new hot thing, Save the World clearly remains a massive part of Fortnite's future as recently a post went up on the Epic Games website looking to address concerns or queries users had regarding the Save the World game mode.

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