According to leaks, the earliest dates could be back

Fourteen days Building could return this week, and the earliest dates were predicted by dataminers after the big changes in Chapter 3 Season 2.

The good news is that for those players who succeed in building towers and defenses, there is a chance that normal gameplay will resume this week.

However, there are also high hopes that the current cloak and parkour skills could keep rotating beyond what we’re currently seeing in-game. Here’s what we know so far about Fortnite Building Modes returning to the game on PlayStation, Xbox, PC, Switch and Mobile.

Fortnite | Chapter 3 Season 2 Resistance Story Trailer



Fortnite | Chapter 3 Season 2 Resistance Story Trailer





Possible return dates for Fortnite buildings

According to the latest reports shared online by dataminers and leakers, Tuesday March 29th could be a date for Fortnite Building to return. This is based on leaked audio files shared by iFireMonkey, but it comes with an important caveat, this remains a guess based on the information at hand. iFireMonkey posted earlier this month, “Based on this set of audios, it appears that the first 9 days of Chapter 3 – Season 2 have builds disabled, which explains why the No Build LTM supports bot lobbies. However, this is just a guess, so don’t take it as confirmation.”

Epic Games could change their plans to not bring Fortnite Building back this week, or in April all decisions will be theirs. As always, Fortnite fans should take the above information with a large pinch of salt until we hear a bit more from the development team. And other reports this month suggest Epic Games could be working on a permanent no-build playlist for its hit battle royale game. The new mode has proved popular with fans and has garnered much more attention since its launch on platforms like Twitch.

Dataminers have found evidence that Solo – No Build Battle Royale modes will be announced along with team variants in the future. Until then, it’s worth keeping an eye on Epic Games’ social accounts for more on their plans for the future of Fortnite.

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