Along with a slew of improvements and tweaks to the game, Fortnite Battle Royale’s v3.3.0 patch has also provided hints that point to an upcoming replay feature.
According to datamining by Fortnite Intel, the patch has created a new folder in the game’s sounds directory titled Replay, as well as several other sub files used for playback controls which included video editing icons. A new “Replay Browser” has also been added to the UI which would allow players to search through multiple replays. Epic Games, the title’s publisher and developer, has not yet officially confirmed the findings as proof of an upcoming feature.
Released September of last year, Fortnite Battle Royale is a stand alone mode made for the original game wherein players compete to be the final surviving combatant in an ever shrinking battlefield. The game has seen a steady rise in popularity since its release, with big name streamers and celebrities showing their support for the title in recent months and breaking records with streams of the game.
Fortnight Battle Royale is currently available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC and Mobile. For more on the game, check out some of our recent coverage of the game’s E3 2018 plans as well as some tips and tricks to use in the game’s mobile version.