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Tfue sets Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 3 record for the most kills

Battle Royale Tfue returned to Fortnite in Chapter 3, and hasn’t looked back ever since. He now holds the record for most eliminations in a Squads game. Published 6 seconds agoon June 17, 2022 Tfue’s return to Fortnite has been no less than a highlight reel so far. He’s won several Zero Build tournaments and…

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Tfue returned to Fortnite in Chapter 3, and hasn’t looked back ever since. He now holds the record for most eliminations in a Squads game.

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Tfue’s return to Fortnite has been no less than a highlight reel so far. He’s won several Zero Build tournaments and made the record for the most kills in a Squads game recently.

Tfue played a major role in making Fortnite the biggest Battle Royale title ever. Back in the day, he was the face of the game and fans could not believe it when he quit in Chapter 2.

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However, Tfue is finally back and he’s causing mayhem in the newly introduced Zero Build mode.

Tfue and Zemie drop 68 eliminations in a Fortnite Squads game

Tfue and fellow Twitch streamer Zemie have participated in several tournaments together. Fans are well aware of their skills and synergy which has helped in yielding great results consistently.

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In a recent live stream, Zemie and Tfue tried to drop 50 bombs in every game. This basically means that they were trying to get over 50 kills collectively. A Squads lobby is definitely better to attempt such challenges because it is easier to find groups of players.

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Tfue and Zemie recently won DrDisrespect’s Fortnite tournament

Little did the streamers know that they would end up creating a record for the most kills in a Squads game. The fact that they accomplished this feat as a duo is even more impressive. Tfue racked up 38 kills while Zemie had 30 eliminations under his name.

A total of 68 elimination in a single game is as unreal as it sounds. There is no denying the fact that Tfue and Zemie are two of the most skilled players out there, but eliminating 70% of the players in a lobby also requires a ton of luck.

Fortnite community reacts to Tfue and Zemie’s record

Interestingly, Tfue’s latest Fortnite record has received a mixed response from loopers around the world. While some creators have praised the duo, others believe that they created the record in a bot lobby.

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Nah y’all are actually different 😂🔥

— NRG JoeWo (@AverageJoeWo) June 16, 2022

Kinda weird to flex it knowing y’all did bot lobbies

— Texas (@TexasSznn) June 16, 2022

ok that is actually impressive even though 90% of the lobby is AI’s

— RYZO (@ryzo_yt) June 16, 2022

A bot lobby includes a ton of AI. It’s easier to get kills in a bot lobby because the AI can randomly spawn close to the player.

On the other hand, several fans also pointed out that famous streamers get a ton of free/easy kills because of stream snipers.

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Amidst the contrasting opinions, Tfue and Zemie proudly hold the record for most kills in a Fortnite Squads game. It is safe to assume that no one will be able to break this record for a long time, let alone in Chapter 3 Season 3.

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The Battle Bus in Fortnite has carried millions of loopers over the years. A genius has calculated its speed and shocked the community.

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The Battle Bus in Fortnite carries loopers from the spawn island and drops them on the main island for battle. For unknown reasons, one player has calculated the bus’ exact speed instead of thanking the bus driver.

Fortnite is clearly not the most realistic game out there. In fact, it allows players to dress up like robots, ninjas, birds, or superheroes, use weapons like a Shockwave Grenade, and then take on enemies from other universes like Star Wars and DC.

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How fast is the Fortnite Battle Bus?

Even though it is full of the most random elements, the concepts of physics and mathematics can be applied to Fortnite. Accordingly, a player calculated the speed of the Battle Bus, and to say the least, the community is proud of this genius.

How to calculate the Battle Bus’ speed in Fortnite?

Reddit user u/somedudebeingcool used trigonometry to first calculate the distance which the Battle Bus travels in a drop window. They marked a location in the middle of the map and gathered the following stats:

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  • Duration of the bus’ drop window (33 seconds)
  • Distance to the marked location at the beginning of the drop window
  • Distance to the marked location at the end of the drop window
  • Shortest distance to the marked location in the entire drop window

u/somedudebeingcool claims that their method is far more reliable than the previous ones that have already surfaced on the internet. Apparently, some players drove vehicles across the island and compared their speed to the Battle Bus.

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In 2018, another mathematics enthusiast in the Fortnite community drove the Golf Cart at a speed of 15 mph over a Battle Bus route. They then compared the time taken by the cart to that of the bus and concluded that the latter travels at a speed of over 400 miles/hour.

In contrast, u/somedudebeingcool claims his results are based on facts. They divided the distance traveled by the bus, by the duration of the drop window, and concluded that it travels at a speed of 75 m/s (meters/second) which is close to 270 km/h or 167 m/h.

The speed of Battle Bus in Fortnite is surprisingly realistic

Considering that the cruising speed of airplanes is close to 800km/h, it makes sense for a bus to cruise at 270 km/h while carrying 100 players. This number is believable, and members of the r/FortNiteBR subreddit appreciated the effort.

While some called u/somedudebeingcool the teacher of Einstein, others thanked them for clearing up the confusion. As it turns out, several players had thought about the speed of the Battle Bus but never knew how to calculate it.

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All in all, loopers never fail to surprise with their creativity and out-of-the-box ideas. This explains why Fortnite’s Creative mode is such a massive success and exciting new maps/games are released in it frequently.

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Fortnite players have to use ranged weapons in Season 3 and eliminate opponents. This will complete a weekly challenge that grants 15,000 XP.

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DMR and Heavy Sniper Rifle in Fortnite

Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 3 Week 2 challenges have arrived. One of the quests requires players to eliminate two opponents with ranged weapons – here’s how to do it.

Epic Games’ Battle Royale title has a wide range of weapons and each serves a unique purpose. While some like the Combat SMG are lethal in close-range combat, others like the Heavy Sniper Rifle offer a commendable range.

Here’s a list of ‘ranged’ weapons in Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 3 that players can use to complete a weekly challenge.

What are ranged weapons in Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 3?

Players might have assumed that only sniper rifles and assault rifles are ranged weapons. However, literally, any weapon in the loot pool comes under this category. This includes pistols, shotguns, SMGs, and obviously, ARs and snipers.

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The loot pool in Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 3 is quite different from Chapter 3 Season 2. The likes of MK Seven, Drum Shotgun, and the LMG were put in the vault and new weapons like the DMR and the Two-Shot shotgun took their place.

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Hammer Assault Rifle in Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 3

To complete the weekly challenge, players can rely on these weapons since they’re the most efficient:

  • DMR for long-range
  • Hammer Assault Rifle for mid-range
  • Combat SMG for close range
  • Striker Pump Shotgun for close range

How to get weapons of Epic rarity or above in Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 3

Luckily, there are several ways to get brilliant loot in Chapter 3 Season 3. With the Reality Seeds, you can plant a Reality Sapling. Picking up weeds upgrades the quality of loot of the Reality Sapling, and after a day or two, players can get Mythic loot right at the beginning of the game.

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Another way to get weapons of Epic rarity or above is the Upgrade bench. They are usually present in gas stations which are quite common in major locations like Coney Crossroads and Chonker’s Speedway.

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The final tip to complete this weekly challenge is to hop in Team Rumble instead of standard BR modes (Solo, Duos, Squads, and Trios). Amid the fast-paced action, the chances of getting two eliminations will be much higher.

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The Fortnite island in Chapter 3 has several Geysers that loopers can use for quick rotations and 15,000 XP, thanks to a weekly challenge.

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Fortnite players have to launch into the air with the help of Geysers in Chapter 3 Season 3 in order to complete a weekly challenge that grants 15,000 XP.

Geysers have been an integral part of the Fortnite meta as they help players in launching into the air. One can use this boost to get away from enemies, escape the storm, or simply rotate to a new location.

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As a quick late night reminder:

Week 2 Challenges will release in 7 hours and 17 minutes which means you’ll be able to get an extra 234K XP (2.925 Levels) later today! pic.twitter.com/UHKTPavM7i

— iFireMonkey (@iFireMonkey) June 16, 2022

A weekly challenge in Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 3 Week 2 requires players to use three Geysers, and here’s a quick guide to completing it.

Geyser locations in Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 3

It is worth noting that Geysers in Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 3 are primarily located in the newly released biome that is full of giant mushrooms. POIs like Greasy Grove and Reality Falls are a part of this region.

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Instead of roaming around in search of Geysers, you can simply head to the Peril Pass landmark marked in the image below. It has seven Geysers situated right next to each other.

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Players will find seven Geysers located right next to each other in the marked area

Two more Geysers are present near the massive Reality Tree in Reality Falls:

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Geysers near the Reality Tree in Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 3

You only need to launch yourself into the air with Geysers three times and nine locations have been specified in the images above.

How to use a Geyser in Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 3

Using a Geyser in Fortnite is as easy as it gets. You have to stand on it for a few seconds and the water pressure will automatically launch the character into the air. This is similar to Klombo’s blowholes that were present around the island in Chapter 3 Season 2.

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All in all, Fortnite players can get 15,000 XP by completing this simple challenge. By completing all the weekly challenges, they’ll be able to progress three levels in the Battle Pass. It ain’t much but it’s honest work!

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How long do Valorant’s Acts last? Answered

Image via Riot Acts in Valorant are akin to seasons in games like Fortnite, Apex Legends, or Destiny 2. Every Act introduces new content to the game, such as agents or maps, alongside an Act-exclusive battle pass featuring 55 tiers of cosmetics to unlock. However, you’ll need to ensure you finish your battle pass before…

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Acts in Valorant are akin to seasons in games like Fortnite, Apex Legends, or Destiny 2. Every Act introduces new content to the game, such as agents or maps, alongside an Act-exclusive battle pass featuring 55 tiers of cosmetics to unlock. However, you’ll need to ensure you finish your battle pass before an Act ends if you want to reap all of its rewards. But how long do Acts last?

How long are Valorant’s Acts?

Valorant’s Acts tend to last around two months each, give or take a few weeks. Looking at Valorant’s past Acts, most have typically ended roughly two months after launch, with some clocking in at just under two months. Additionally, some Acts — such as Ignition Act 3 — have lasted for about three months, so there’s always a possibility that an Act might be a bit longer than expected.

Related: All Valorant Episode 5 Act 1 Battle Pass content: skins, tiers, and rewards

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Like most other popular online games, you will not be able to redeem battle pass rewards for a particular Act after the Act ends. If you’re considering purchasing Valorant’s battle pass, it’s always worth checking how long an Act has been out to evaluate if you’ll have enough time to unlock the current Act’s rewards before it comes to an end. However, other content introduced in an Act, like agents and maps, will carry over into the next Act.

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You’ll work through battle pass tiers by leveling up. If you’re looking to level up quickly, we recommend you pay close attention to your daily and weekly missions, which both reward you with a good deal of XP.

Some of the cosmetics you’ll unlock from an Act’s battle pass can be quite stylish. If you’re looking to flaunt your fashion on the battlefield, check out our coverage on the best Operator and Spectre skins.

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Man gets early morning shock as car crashes into his house

GEORGE TOWN: A homeowner in Penang got a shock on Saturday (June 25) morning when a car rammed into his home at about 7am. “I heard a bang outside and rushed out. I saw that a car had crashed into the front of my house and the empty house next door that had been used…

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GEORGE TOWN: A homeowner in Penang got a shock on Saturday (June 25) morning when a car rammed into his home at about 7am.

“I heard a bang outside and rushed out. I saw that a car had crashed into the front of my house and the empty house next door that had been used as a welding workshop,” said 52-year-old Hasbullah Mohd Khalid.

News portal Berita Harian Online reported that Hasbullah was boiling water while his three children were in another room when the incident happened.

“I was confused for a moment when I saw the damage to the front of the house as it was just a few meters from the place where I was boiling water. It was only separated by a wooden wall,” he said to the portal.

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Hasbullah said the damage to his house was estimated at RM50,000.

He did not have time to meet the man who was driving the vehicle because he was taken away by his friend.

It is understood that the case has been handed over to the police for further action.

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Norway terror alert raised after deadly mass shooting

OSLO: The Norwegian security service PST has raised its terror alert to the highest level after a mass shooting left two people dead and many wounded during Pride week in Oslo. Acting PST chief Roger Berg called the shootings an “extreme Islamist terror act.” He said the gunman, who was arrested shortly after the shootings,…

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OSLO: The Norwegian security service PST has raised its terror alert to the highest level after a mass shooting left two people dead and many wounded during Pride week in Oslo.

Acting PST chief Roger Berg called the shootings an “extreme Islamist terror act.”

He said the gunman, who was arrested shortly after the shootings, had a “long history of violence and threats.”

Early on Saturday (June 25), the gunman opened fire in Oslo’s night-life district, killing two people and leaving 10 seriously wounded in what police are investigating as a possible terrorist attack during the Norwegian capital’s annual Pride festival.

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Investigators said the suspect, identified as a 42-year-old Norwegian citizen originally from Iran, was arrested after opening fire at three locations in downtown Oslo.

While the motive was unclear, organizers of Oslo Pride cancelled a parade that was set for Saturday as the highlight of a weeklong festival. One of the shootings happened outside the London Pub, a bar popular with the city’s LGBTQ community, just hours before the parade was set to begin.

Police attorney Christian Hatlo said the suspect was being held on suspicion of murder, attempted murder and terrorism, based on the number of people targeted at multiple locations.

“Our overall assessment is that there are grounds to believe that he wanted to cause grave fear in the population,” Hatlo said.

Hatlo said the suspect’s mental health was also being investigated.

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“We need to go through his medical history, if he has any. It’s not something that we’re aware of now,” he said.

The shootings happened around 1am local time, sending panicked revellers fleeing into the streets or trying to hide from the gunman.

Olav Roenneberg, a journalist from Norwegian public broadcaster NRK, said he witnessed the shooting.

“I saw a man arrive at the site with a bag. He picked up a weapon and started shooting,” Roenneberg told NRK.

“First I thought it was an air gun. Then the glass of the bar next door was shattered and I understood I had to run for cover.”

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Another witness, Marcus Nybakken, 46, said he was alerted to the incident by a commotion in the area.

“When I walked into Cesar’s bar there were a lot of people starting to run and there was a lot of screaming. I thought it was a fight out there, so I pulled out. But then I heard that it was a shooting and that there was someone shooting with a submachine gun,” Nybakken told Norwegian broadcaster TV2.

Police inspector Tore Soldal said two of the shooting victims died and 10 people were being treated for serious injuries, but none of them was believed to be life-threatening.

Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Stoere said in a Facebook post that “the shooting outside London Pub in Oslo tonight was a cruel and deeply shocking attack on innocent people.”

He said that while the motive was unclear, the shooting had caused fear and grief in the LGBTQ community.

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“We all stand by you,” Gahr Stoere wrote.

King Harald V also offered condolences and said he and Norway’s royal family were “horrified by the night’s shooting tragedy.”

“We sympathize with all relatives and affected and send warm thoughts to all who are now scared, restless and in grief,” the Norwegian monarch said in a statement.

“We must stand together to defend our values: freedom, diversity and respect for each other. We must continue to stand up for all people to feel safe.”

Christian Bredeli, who was at the bar, told Norwegian newspaper VG that he hid on the fourth floor with a group of about 10 people until he was told it was safe to come out.

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“Many were fearing for their lives,” he said.

“On our way out we saw several injured people, so we understood that something serious had happened.”

Norwegian broadcaster TV2 showed footage of people running down Oslo streets in panic as shots rang out in the background.

Investigators said the suspect was known to police, as well as to Norway’s security police, but not for any major violent crimes. His criminal record included a narcotics offence and a weapons offense for carrying a knife, Hatlo said.

Hatlo said police seized two weapons after the attack: a handgun and an automatic weapon, both of which he described as “not modern” without giving details.

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He said the suspect had not made any statement to the police and was in contact with a defence lawyer.

Hatlo said it was too early to say whether the gunman specifically targeted members of the LGBTQ community.

“We have to look closer at that, we don’t know yet,” he said.

Still, police advised organizers of the Pride festival to cancel the parade Saturday.

“Oslo Pride therefore urges everyone who planned to participate or watch the parade to not show up. All events in connection with Oslo Prides are cancelled,” organizers said on the official Facebook page of the event.

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Inge Alexander Gjestvang, leader of FRI, the Norwegian organisation for sexual and gender diversity, said the shooting has shaken the Nordic country’s gay community.

“It’s tough for the queer movement to experience this,” he was quoted by TV2 as saying.

“We encourage everyone to stand together, take care of each other. We’ll be back later, proud, visible but right now it’s not the time for that.”

Norway has a relatively low crime rate but has experienced violent attacks by right-wing extremists, including one of the worst mass shootings in Europe in 2011, when a gunman killed 69 people on the island of Utoya after setting off a bomb in Oslo that left eight dead.

In 2019, another right-wing extremist killed his stepsister and then opened fire in a mosque but was overpowered before anyone there was injured. – AP

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