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Fortnite Operation Snowdown flew to Christmas earlier this year

Fortnite Operation Snowdown flew to Christmas earlier this year

This year’s holiday-themed event, Operation Snowdown, has arrived in the game and is now a festival at Fortnite. This latest update adds many new features to the game and retaliates for many holiday-themed features this year.

The event will start on the 18th of this month and will continue until the 5th of January. Players who log in before January 5th will receive a free Carol Emote.

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But the highlight of this event is the return of the plane! Epic previously launched the plane in 2018 with a Season 7 update as part of the game’s winter-themed update.

What is this Official announcement I will talk about airplanes for the event.

“Snowmand with a battle-filled background brought in winter items from his keen past. Flying on Snowmand’s custom X-4 Stormwing plane, on the ground, a sneaky snowmand and ordinary snowman. Disguise yourself as a chiller grenade, cool your feet, and give away your boots with a snowmand-wrapped gift! “

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Wait a minute! Fortnite Operation Snowdown has many more features!

An interesting addition to this year’s Operation Snowdown event is Snowfish. These snowfish are basically flops that restore a certain amount of HP and grant a certain amount of ability. In a recent video, Fortnite Streamer Sypher PK showed how to get and use a snow flop.

With the revival of the plane, the aeroyale, which is popular with fans, has returned to the game. In addition to this, there is a new Shockwave LTM. In the official announcement, this is “Players compete to knock each other as the (very strong) storm shrinks to zero“In addition, Pickaxe Frenzy is now available in LTM format for the first time!

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FN seems to have wished us Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!