There are a variety of streamers and pro players who seem to build massive defensive structures in an instant, and getting to that level of skill takes a lot of work. Acting in an nearly identical way to the original Port-a-Fort, this new variant looks monstrously huge, providing you with much more cover than the standard version while building just as quickly.
The Port-A-Fortress was teased as "coming soon" in the latest addition to the news feed on Fortnite.
Port-A-Fort was recently upgraded from Epic to Rare rarity, and now we know why the Fortnite developer did that. After all, its description says it will "take defense to new heights", which surely means it will be a hard building to destroy and will offer its owner plenty of protection when they need it.
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It's unclear what the Port-a-Fortress will look like in-game, but looking closely at the image could provide a slight hint. In fact, we can probably expect a structure that's larger than the Port-a-Fort is pretty much every regard considering the item's name.
So, it will be interesting to see the frequency at which Port-a-Fortress items drop in Fortnite once they get added into the game, and whether or not they will provide ample defense at a moment's notice. Next on the list and revealed to be a part of the upcoming patch v5.41 is the Port-a-Fortress. Well, Epic have your back, with the reveal of the new "Port-a-Fortress" device, on its way to the battle royale juggernaut.
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