Mech drop. The addition of overpowered mechs in Fortnite’s latest season has riled up not only the pro players, but seemingly everyone else playing too.Guides editor Matthew Reynolds is joined by fellow Fortnite enthusiasts news editor Tom Phillips, reporter Emma Kent and features editor Christian Donlan to discuss how season 10’s changes have affected the game, as well as a look back at Fortnite’s short but incredibly dense history to see what defines a good season and how the game’s constantly evolving nature can prove both a blessing and a curse.If you enjoyed the episode, consider giving us a review on your podcast service of choice, and you can listen more if you subscribe to one of the following services, where there’s a new episode every other Thursday:Thanks for listening!
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