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Fortnite update 6.02 brings goofy disco mode, new weapons and returning skelly skins

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Now you can chase Ralph Macchio on your BMX

Epic Games has released details on the latest update to hit global battle royale phenomenon Fortnite. Update 6.02 goes live tonight and brings a fun new mode and other bits of content to help you enjoy your next bout of last man or woman standing action.

The biggest new addition is the silly Disco Domination mode, which will see two teams of 50 players racing to capture five dance floors, situated across the map. Upon discovering on of these nostalgic nightclubs, players must perform uninterrupted emojis in order to raise a glittery disco ball and stake their claim to the point. A pretty novel, if weird, idea.

While you're cutting a rug however, you better be careful not to get blown to smithereens, as Fortnite is also adding two brutal looking rocket launchers. The Quad Launcher is coming to battle royale, which can launch explosives in quick succession. Save the World mode will receive the Noble Launcher, which can quickly devastate a group of opponents with a blast of concentrated energy.

Finally, what with the spooky month of October upon us, the Skull Trooper will be made available once again, allowing you to do your best Cobra Kai impersonation, or La Parka, for all of you old-school wrestling fans.

Update 6.02 goes live today. Fortnite is available now on PS4, Xbox One, PC, Nintendo Switch and mobile devices.

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