The wheels of the bus | 2nd Compilation | More than 2 hours of
Our goal is simple but ambitious, to produce a complete guide for those who want to take their first leap, never better said, to ‘Fortnite: Battle Royale’ , reviewing all the essentials and offering tips that serve to make the difference against other players. But we also want to serve as a support text for those squads that have already been playing several games with more or less luck.
Because we are aware that, in a way, luck is part of the essence of ‘Fortnite: Battle Royale’, but it does not hurt to know what weapons to bring, how to build fast or what is your best option if you see that the storm is nipping at your heels. And, of course, the doubt we’ve all had at some point: what is the battle pass and what is it really for? But before we get into the subject, let’s start with the basics.
The fact that it is considered a game mode is that it is a free game alternative and totally independent of ‘Fortnite: Save the World’, which is indeed paid. In both cases, these are two experiences in Early Access and in the long run they will both be free-to-play (free game with payment options).
Week by week we will be updating this guide to the Fortnite Battle Royale season 6 challenges so you have all the information in one place, so save it in your favorites. In it you will find at a glance the solution to all the challenges of each week, as well as a link that explains more in depth each Fortnite challenge, in case you need more help.
As happened with season 5, the challenges that we indicate a little below come to collect the different types of “generic” challenge that usually appear every week. As in season 5, we will again find challenges that are part of the free battle pass, while others are part of the paid pass:
The mechanics are quite simple: get off the vehicle, activate the timer, and race back to your mount to go through all the checkpoints as fast as you can. With the QuadTouring turbo, all of them are largely surmountable without any problems. It is not a particularly difficult challenge.
Are you just getting started with ‘Fortnite: Battle Royale’? Are you planning to try it out one of these days to see what’s going on? With this beginner’s guide we’re going to give you some tips that will come in handy so you don’t bite the dust two minutes into the game. Or at least to try.
Given the nature of a genre based on the maxim “there can only be one left”, in ‘Fortnite: Battle Royale’ anything can happen to you whether you are new or if you have been playing for many hours, but there are some things you can do to start off on the right foot and, at least, not waste too much time on other more dispensable matters.
The best for the first games is to wait until the bus has advanced at least halfway and, when jumping, be very attentive to the other players so as not to fall with them. Nor is it plan to land in the middle of nowhere, because weapons and objects tend to abound in the buildings, so you have to take everything into account. Apart from that, there is an area called Puddle Squirting in which there is a lot of loot and is usually empty. Try it.
Stories of the battle bus
Horse-drawn streetcars were introduced in imitation of the idea initiated in the United Kingdom (pictured). A typical character on board the streetcars was the “boletera”, in charge of collecting the tickets. A typical character on board the streetcars was the “boletera,” in charge of collecting the tickets.[5
Thus, the tramway system was electrified in 1908 with nineteen cars and extended to the port of Talcahuano, leaving Concepción every hour from Caupolicán Street, at the height of the Catedral de Concepción, then turning onto Rengo Street to continue along it to Ejército Street, from which it continued on to the newly named Camino de los Carros – so called because of the tramway’s passage - to continue along the edge of the Laguna Redonda until it reached the Perales Bridge, which finally connected with Talcahuano. The reverse route was identical, except that in Rengo it forked towards Libertador Bernardo O’Higgins street, turning into the next street, Caupolicán, to end at the Plaza de la Independencia, in front of the Cathedral. In total, 15 kilometers of track were inaugurated between Concepción and Talcahuano. The tramway was also called the “Carros”.