With over 20 million players, Epic Games has achieved a huge success "Fortnite" and its Battle Royale mode. "Fortnite" has been one of the most popular games for nearly two months, and it doesn't appear that things will slow down anytime soon. The game developer keeps adding more content to the game to keep players entertained, and the next patch will add even more improvements to the video game.

Epic Games introduced V.1.9 patch which will be released on Tuesday, November 14. It is important to note that the Fortnitemares event has been extended to November 29, so "Fortnite" players will be able to enjoy it for two more weeks.

The new patch isn't as big as the Fortnitemares patch, but it improves many things and it also adds a new trap to the game that should make things much more fun!

Once again, the new patch will affect both Save the World (PvE) and Battle Royale (PvP) modes in "Fortnite."

Launch pad

One of the most interesting traps in the game is a jump pad. While this trap doesn't do any damage to enemies, it allows players to reach higher areas and land without taking any fall damage. The new patch will add a new trap that is similar to a jump pad, but it will be much more fun!

Patch V.1.9 will add a launch pad to "Fortnite" Battle Royale, allowing players to launch themselves high in the air and deploy their gliders!

Yes, you read that right. With the new update, you will be able to deploy your glider mid-match and to surprise your enemies with an aerial attack.

Once deployed, a launch pad has unlimited uses, but it cannot be picked back up.

Weapons and gameplay changes

One of the biggest problems "Fortnite" Battle Royale players have been dealing with is a controller sensitivity.

Fortunately, Epic Games fixed this as players will not be able to re-adjust the sensitivity. In addition, jumping, reloading, and firing will no longer cancel targeting mode.

The game developer once again changed ammo stack sizes, but this time it will be different for duo and squad playlists. Medium ammo stack has been increased to 14 in duo playlists and to 18 in squad playlists.

Players will also move 20 percent slower while swinging a harvesting tool.

The new update will also allow players to build in grass-covered areas, which is something many "Fortnite" Battle Royale players complained about. Furthermore, building inside shallow bodies of water, such as Loot Lake, will be allowed in the new patch.