More upcoming content is getting uncovered within the "Fortnite" game files, as leakers recently discovered that Epic Games could be working on a few Limited Time Modes. However, it looks like one of these LTMs is now playable in the game's Chinese version. Also, it looks like Season 5's Week 4 challenges have just been revealed.

A few data miners recently combed the "Fortnite" game files and learned that the game developer could be announcing two new LTMs in the coming weeks. Initially dubbed as "COMP" and "Fortnite," the two were discovered alongside the 50v50, High Explosives, and Playground folders.

The files have also hinted at a legendary sniper rifle.

The so-called "Fortnite" LTM (a.k.a Final Five), however, may already be playable in the Chinese version of the third-person shooter. The data miner named @sud4nym recently uploaded a 10-minute video on his FireMonkey YouTube channel, where it featured what could be the unconfirmed LTM.

Comes with a 20-minute timer with fewer players

It's like a typical battle royale gameplay, though there's a 20-minute timer on top of the screen. There were only 20 players during the match. The "COMP" LTM seems tailored for pros and competitive players and the description of the game mode states, "be the last one standing in this opt in proving ground for high skill players."

Season 5 Week 4 challenges

Another data miner named @FNBRLeaks recently took to Twitter to reveal Season 5's Week 4 challenges.

He made it clear that these challenges are subject to change just like what happened to Week 3:

  • Build structures (0/250)
  • Jump through flaming hoops with a Shopping Cart or ATK (0/5)
  • Eliminate opponents in Dusty Divot (HARD 0/3)
  • Deal damage with Sniper Rifles to opponents (0/500)
  • Search Chests in FLush Factory (0/7)
  • Search between a gas station, soccer pitch, and Stunt Mountain (HARD 0/1)
  • Pistol eliminations (HARD 0/3)

The first three challenges will be available for free while the rest will require the Battle Pass.

User @Fortnitee_Leaks also posted several screenshots of "Fortnite" game files, suggesting that the MedicPack recently received some updates. A few files now read "MedicPack_v2," though, an image for this item has yet to be added.

Data miners have previously made it known that some of the assets in the game also got tweaked.

The vaulted Guided Missile is just one of the items that just received an update. Stay tuned to Blasting News, as more updates could be revealed soon.