Though Fortnite became popular due to its last-player-standing battle royale mode, casual players have largely taken to the game’s Team Rumble, a Limited Time Mode that has essentially become a permanent fixture in the game.
On the afternoon of July 10, Epic Games took to its Twitter account to make a simple announcement: it has changed how many kills it takes to win a match on Team Rumble.
Team Rumble is a team deathmatch game mode in Fortnite battle royale.
As with other team deathmatch games, the mode splits players into two different teams and pits them against each other.
The first team to the reach the match’s elimination goal wins the round; players on the winning team receive additional points for their victory.
This mode has proven so popular with Fortnite players that Epic largely keeps it in permanent rotation — the only changes at this point tend to be limited time tweaks, such as temporarily turning on siphoning or adding lava.