However, Epic Games delayed the release of the patch after discovering an "issue" with the update. These include new guns, along with the removal of the Thanos Infinity Gauntlet weapon that has been keeping players occupied. Due to this delay some quests may not function until the build releases. Downtime begins at 4am ET (08:00 GMT),' Epic Games said in a statement overnight.
You have only until today to find the Infinity Gauntlet in Fortnite and be transformed into Thanos because Epic Games has now confirmed that this limited time mode will not be available from tomorrow.
Patch notes for Fortnite update 4.2 have not been revealed yet.
As soon as the patch notes do officially roll out, we will update you with everything new in the update.
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However, we know for certain that Fortnite update 4.2 will signal the end of the Thanos Infinity War event.
However, the Fortnite Tracker app seems to already list the damage numbers for the Burst Assault Rifle, showing the Epic variant to do 32 and 64 damage per bullet to the body and head respectively, and the Legendary variant to do 33 and 66 damage per bullet.
Pundits have predicted a new Burst Assault rifle will be thrown into the mix with the update for PS4, Xbox One and mobile, after being bombarded with hints as they now played Battle Royale.
The news of the new Burst Assault Rifle hasn't been publicized through Fortnite's various social media accounts, but those who have been playing Fortnite recently spotted the new weapon included in the "New Updates" section when you log in.