"Fortnite" has recently surpassed 40 million players, and the biggest reason for this achievement is the game's amazing player vs. player mode. "Fortnite" Battle Royale has achieved incredible success since its release in late September, and it has constantly received new updates. Weekly updates have brought a lot of new content to the game, and this week won't be an exception.

The PvP mode of "Fortnite" received a huge update last week as the game's map was completely changed. Players didn't expect to get another update so soon, but Epic Games, "Fortnite" developer, decided to release even more content.

This week, "Fortnite" Battle Royale players will receive another Legendary item. This time, it will be a potion which will help players survive much longer.

Legendary potion

The first update of this year added a Legendary item to the game. This item was a Suppressed Pistol and players were very excited about it. Now, three weeks later, the game developer is adding another Legendary item, but this time it won't be a weapon.

The new Legendary item is a Chug Jug! Drinking this potion will give players maximum health potions and shields, making it the most valuable potion in the game. While the game developer hasn't released more information about it, we can expect it to be extremely rare and possibly only contained in supply drops and chests.

Players will need 15 seconds to consume this potion, but there is no doubt that its effect is definitely worth it!

More 'Fortnite' changes

Another big addition to "Fortnite" Battle Royale will be the option to run automatically. PC players will be able to do this with "=" and "NumLock" (default keys), while console players will toggle auto running by double-clicking the left stick.

In addition to this, console players will have a setting to disable aim assist.

Haunty Hills, one of the locations added in last week's update, will receive more loot spawns.

The new update will bring numerous audio changes as well. Volume of the bus music will be reduced, as well as the volume of wind sounds while players are gliding or skydiving.

Bug fixes

Wooden power poles will no longer prevent players from building. Spike Traps will not correctly stack in player's inventory and their effective range will be slightly reduced.

Supply drops will no longer hover above the ground after landing and players will no longer be able to hide inside the drops.