Fortnite’s floating island has returned to Battle Royale — and this time the Motel is right on top of it.

This week’s content update also brings the brand new Zapper Trap. The throwable consumable shocks opponents on either side of a wall, making it an ideal counter to turtling.

The iPhone 11 lineup could face competition from the Galaxy Fold just one week after hitting the market.

Pre-registration for Samsung’s first foldable handset today reopened ahead of a rumored U.S. launch on September 27.

Samsung could be planning to make the Galaxy Fold more accessible to flexible smartphone fans.

The South Korean company is reportedly working on a new model with a more affordable price tag. It will slash the handset’s storage in half in an effort to cut costs.

Fortnite’s newest patch is out, introducing a surprise crossover with popular Gearbox Software franchise Borderlands.

The version 10.20 release brings Psycho and Claptrap cosmetics, a new Rift Zone that resembles the planet Pandora, and themed challenges that unlock free rewards.

And in true Fortnite style, the update also makes a controversial change that many players are already unhappy about.

The Fortnite B.R.U.T.E. almost every player hates finally saw massive nerfs this week.

The mech now fires fewer rockets, deals less damage, and takes longer to cool down after boosting. Epic Games has also made it so that materials are no longer granted to B.R.U.T.E. riders.

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