Fortnite Port-a-Fort out now With Update V3.5 - Watch the Fortnite Port a Fort Trailer

Fortnite Port-a-Fort out now With Update V3.5 - Watch the Fortnite Port a Fort Trailer

An instant fort in a capsule. Just add water. Throwing it on the ground is fine, too. Releasing with the Fortnite V3.5 update.

Something new and convenient is coming to Fortnite Battle Royale: The delightfully-named Port-a-Fort. As its moniker suggests, it's a portable fortress encapsulated in a grenade that unfurls wherever you throw it. If you find yourself in an intense situation where a bit of extra protection means the difference between life and death, the Fortnite Port-a-Fort just might be enough to carry you through.

"Cool, no more sleeping in the alleyway for me!"

The Port-a-Fort was teased in Fortnite's New Updates section on Monday. The Port-a-Fort is coming as part of the Fortnite V3.5 Update. I'm sure the Port-a-Potty will finally follow in a future update. Just kidding. Nobody in the world of Fortnite is allowed to relieve themselves, certainly not in a civilized manner. What need have you for washrooms, anyway? Port-a-Fort or not, you're probably going to die every time you play Fortnite. You can relax your bladder when you're cooling on the battlefield.

If you're desperate to see the Fortnite Port-a-Fort in action, you can do just that in the Fortnite Port-a-Fort trailer just below. Watch this on repeat until Epic has finished its Fortnite downtime and the update is out.

The Port-a-Fort is great for emergencies, but it's no substitute for learning how to build quick and efficient fortresses. We have tips and guides that teach you how to build epic fortresses in Fortnite, even when the heat is on. We also have a guide to help you get ready for Fortnite's Week 8 challenges.

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Nadia Oxford

Staff Writer

Nadia has been writing about games for so long, only the wind and the rain (or the digital facsimiles thereof) remember her true name. She's written for Nerve, About.com, Gamepro, IGN, 1UP, PlayStation Official Magazine, and other sites and magazines that sling words about video games. She co-hosts the Axe of the Blood God podcast, where she mostly screams about Dragon Quest.

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