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The new region lock will ensure that these players will only see servers that are related to their own region while still allowing them to team up with friends living in other regions.

On March 27th, it was revealed via the in-game "New Updates" menu that a Guided Missile launcher will be "coming soon" to Fortnite, with the caption 'Remote control destruction from above'.

There are problems with server region locks, because Battlegrounds has different game modes that are region specific.

Remington files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protections
Madison, North Carolina-based Remington told investors on March 23 that it had negative operating cash flow of $7.4 million. The company said it will turn over control to creditors as part of a plan that will allow it to cancel $775 million of debt.

The developer continued: "Through this new approach we are aiming to provide a better gameplay experience as it will improve network issues and help with linguistic barriers". "These servers will be made invisible to players residing in other regions".

Weapon skins will also be available in the existing Surviver, Wanderer, Desperado and Fever crates - each with a 10 per cent drop - with there being a 20 per cent drop rate for the Biker and Militia Crates. You'll find these weapons skins in two new crates: the paid-for Triumpth crate, which is unlocked using Weapon Cosmetic Keys you buy through the Steam market, and the free Raider crate, which doesn't require a key to open. It comes as part of the weapon skin patch that rolled out on test servers this week, the first time weapon skins have appeared in the game. You all know that we have implemented a ping-based matching system that has worked well but we did not want to stop here.

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