Fortnite tweaked Slurp Juice, added a Compact SMG, and reintroduced Playground mode (opens in new tab) in yesterday's v5.10 update. Alongside issues with Remote Explosives, its repackaged Slurp Juice health item hit the rocks shortly after launch.
A Remote Explosives-related bug meant the bombs' damage radius was shortened, and buildings did not take damage if they'd already hurt players. They've since been reinstated, but, at the time of writing, Slurp remains shelved.
Handle with care 💥Remote Explosives have been re-enabled!July 25, 2018
As noted in our previous story (opens in new tab), Slurp now grants one health every 0.5 seconds—up to a total of 75. If the player's health is full, a shield will be granted instead. It's not clear whether or not these buffs have created new problems, but Epic assures players (opens in new tab) it's working hard on a fix.
Due to an issue discovered with Slurp Juice, we've temporarily disabled it as we investigate the cause and work towards a fix.July 24, 2018
Following Shopping Carts (opens in new tab), Jetpacks (opens in new tab) and Birthday Celebration items (opens in new tab), this isn't the first time new stuff has been rolled back in the wake of a Fortnite update. Epic's communication with players is great, but bugs do seem to be an issue.
Cheers yourself up/depress yourself further still with the news Fortnite is getting Funko Pop figures, because of course it is (opens in new tab).
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