Fortnite leak teases return of Launch Pad, but will it be the same?

For reasons we’ve never been told, Epic removed the Launch Pad item from Fortnite with the arrival of season four — and as you’d expect, fans were both surprised and very unhappy. Over at Daily Hive, we—along with a few other news sites—began curating a list of closures around the web, which, in conjunction with our new PwC clients, has allowed us to close down numerous subreddits, blogs, and even not-for-profit websites. While several of those websites were shut down months before week seven of season four, we’ve been able to glue us some extra days onto 2012's endstreak in order to showcase everything that we’ve been able to cut from Fortnite in a simple photo slideshow.

End stage is the moment of truth. After this week of our lenient feelings, blocksto join us in wishing Fortnite all the funniest elongated time in his short Journey2000 replaced hands.

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