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Fortnite’s Cube Monsters aren’t going anywhere thanks to a new limited-time mode
Halloween may be over, but apparently the zombies didn’t get the memo, as Fortnite’s Cube Monsters will continue to amble around the island for some time to come.
The patch notes for today’s update reveal the controversial ghouls are due to shift over to a new limited time mode (LTM) called “Team Terror”, which essentially seems to merge ideas from Fortnite’s team modes with its Fortnitemares mechanics. Two groups of 32 players must eliminate each other as monster spawners appear across the map every time the storm closes into a new circle. There’s increased ammo to help with the undead mobs, so you can mow down as many zombies as you like.
For players who enjoyed the Halloween PVE version of Fortnite, this seems like an ideal way to give fans an optional mode without riling the rest of the Fortnite community, some of whom disliked the Cube Monsters and found them annoying (particularly in the late stages of a match). And, of course, Team Terror will also allow Kevin the Cube’s legacy to continue for just a little bit longer, may he rest in pieces.
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