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Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 6 Starts 16th March with Big Event

Epic Games have announced that Chapter 2 Season 6 of Fortnite is beginning on the 16th March with an explosive event call – Zero Crisis Finale

Chapter 2 Season 6 launches on March 16th with the explosive conclusion of the events of season 5. When you first launch into the new season, you’ll play through the conclusion of Agent Jones’ mission in the Zero Crisis Finale. The aftermath of this event is sure to shape reality as we know it.

Don’t worry, the Zero Crisis Finale is a solo experience and you can play through it whenever you first log in during the season. Want to watch it online first? We’ll share details soon on how you can watch the global premiere with everyone, beginning with our most ambitious story cinematic yet!

There was a lot of talk that Fortnite would have Chapter 3 very soon, but it looks like Epic are going to stick to the 10 seasons inside every chapter.

I can’t wait to see what this event has to show!

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Captain America Live in Fortnite – More Avengers Coming? (Video)

Captain America is now live in Fortnite. Captain America costs 2,000 V-bucks (about $20) from the Fortnite in-game store.

Avengers invasion is coming?

Fortnite does seem to be the only game that is trying to cross promote characters from other areas of entertainment into gaming. It’s interesting and it’s fun!

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Tech

Discord Launches Noise Cancelling Background Noise Tool (Early Testing Phase)

Discord voice chats have been known to have quite a lot of background noise (especially when one of your friends has a mechanical keyboard). However, for sometime Discord has been working on suppressing that background noise and they currently have a new tool in early testing.

The company stressed that the technology, from Krisp, runs entirely locally and doesn’t share data with anyone else.

Development is still “early” for the noise suppression tech, and a phone version is in development. Don’t despair if the technology still feels rough around the edges, then — Discord still has a lot of work to do before noise suppression exits this test phase.