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Fortnite v12.20 Update patch notes

Fortnite Chapter 2, Season 2 is now well underway, with Epic Games releasing the v12.20 Update to players on PC, Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch, and mobile devices on Tuesday, March 17.

Rumors have been circulating since Season 2 kicked off about the impending arrival of a new mode of transport in the form of Helicopters, and after weeks of speculation, Epic Games have finally released the new vehicle on the masses, introducing the Choppa to the game.

On top of that, players can also take part in the Spy Games, a new event with its own Limited Time Mode, and enjoy a host of bug fixes that the developers have implemented to improve quality of life for fans of the battle royale game.

Fortnite players can jump into the new Choppa in-game. Credit: Epic Games

Choppas

The headline addition to Fortnite in the v12.20 update is the new Choppa, giving players a new and exciting way to travel around the map.

Rumors suggested that the item would only be able to carry one player at a time, but this has proved to be incorrect, and will have plenty of room for your entire squad to fly above the map and search for loot or enemies during a match.

Fortnite becomes the latest battle royale to introduce helicopters, with Call of Duty already utilizing the vehicle in both Blackout and Warzone. At the moment, Choppas are only available in core game modes, and can’t be flown in Arena matches.

Spy Games

The secret agent theme rolls on in Fortnite Season 2, as more the Spy Games kicks off with a brand-new event and Limited Time Mode added to the game in the latest update.

Players who own the Battle Pass can take part in this new event by dropping into the new LTM named Operation: Dropzone, with a new Tech system introduced that gives players perks that they can use as a way to give them an advantage against their enemies. There will also be a special set of challenges for players to sink their teeth into, which each task offering 80,000 XP as a reward.

Fortnite players can take part in the new…