A new update in "Fortnite" is about to drop as it may well seem to confirm that it will introduce the sticky grenade known as the Clinger. While this new item, alongside other contents, will be rolled out in the third-person shooter, data miners have struck again as they've dug up the game files and discovered some interesting stuff that is likely to be featured in future updates.

A Toilet Paper trail?

A certain Mr. Proper#0273 recently took to the image sharing site of Imgur to show what he unearthed within the game files of the third-person shooter.

It these files are anything to go by, it may well seem that a lot of stuff is still heading their way - towards "Fortnite."

Files about the much talked about comet/meteor have been brought to light yet again as a 3D image of the falling object alongside its banner icon was posted. However, some folks over on the FortniteBR subreddit believe that this so-called comet could be an alien ship and its impact would mark the beginning of the game's fourth season.

Looking into the game's Skydiving files, it looks like a new skydiving trail will be added in upcoming patches. Dubbed as "ToiletPaper," it is pretty much self-explanatory as to what the contrail will be.

LeakSter also took a peek at the Heroes folder of the game and discovered a couple of interesting finds.

Per the list of files, the skins that carry the monikers "Taxi" and "PajamaParty" caught Proper's attention. Someone from the FortniteBR subreddit pointed out, though, that these were already released as the Whiplash and the Tricera Ops skins, respectively.

A new kind of trap in the works?

Proper also stumbled upon a subfolder under the Traps folder named "Turrets." Browsing further, it suggests ceiling, wall, and floor turrets. It's not yet certain though if these so-called turret assets will be part of "Fortnite's" Battle Royale mode or the game's "Save the World" version.

Meanwhile, update V3.6 is officially live and it introduced another item in its BR mode known as the Clinger. This sticky grenade can stick to anything and can be obtained from Treasure Chests, Floor Loot, Supply Llamas, and Supply Drops. The patch notes further explained that this new item will explode once the structure it is attached to gets destroyed, though it will not explode in mid-air.

For a detailed look at the new update, check Epic Games' official website, Watch a video about "Fortnite" here: