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Fortnite leak shows the return of a chaotic item

The latest Fortnite leak shows Epic Games' plan to unvault a forgotten item that could be chaotic in Chapter 4 - Season 2

Updated: Jul 9, 2023 12:18 pm
Fortnite leak shows the return of a chaotic item

The latest Fortnite leak shows the return of a forgotten item, the Big Bush Bomb. The item was briefly available in Chapter 4 – Season 1 but hasn’t been in the video game since the end of the season. However, it will likely return very soon.

While the utility item was almost useless during its debut season, things will likely change once it returns. Not only can the item negate fall damage, but it can also be used with several Reality Augments.

The release date of the item hasn’t been revealed yet, but it may come out as early as Tuesday, July 11.

Fortnite leak reveals the return of the item and its matching perk

The Big Bush Bomb was first added to Fortnite with the v23.21 update in January. While this was a decent item that could be used for hiding, many players didn’t use it. Due to this, Epic Games removed it from the video game.

However, the item may return very soon. Wensoing, one of the most reputable Fortnite leakers, believes that the item could be unvaulted soon. Epic readded the item ID to the loot pool file, which likely indicates that it’s on its way back.

The leaker also revealed the Shrub Mud Reality Argument, which covers players in mud when they are in big bushes, leaf piles, and tall grass. The perk hasn’t been released yet, but it’ll likely come out at the same time as the Big Bush Bomb.

The unvaulting of the item is perfect for the current season of the video game. The jungle biome is a big part of the Fortnite island in Chapter 4 – Season 3, which is why the item will make the game even more chaotic.

The next Fortnite update might come out on Tuesday, July 11. However, considering that Epic Games is on summer break, the item will likely arrive in the second half of the month.

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