"Fortnite Battle Royale" has received a lot of game mode changes in recent months. The video game had only three original modes (Solo, Duos, Squads), but its game mode pool has drastically expanded since Season 2 was released. Epic Games has released some big-team limited-time game modes, competitive playlists, and even the Playground mode where players can practice their skills and play against their friends.

There is no doubt that the addition of these modes has made "Fortnite Battle Royale" much more popular. After all, there are some casual players who simply enjoy playing big-team modes and are not interested in regular or competitive playlists.

This is why the video game developer will keep making changes to game modes, and we can expect some big changes to be released this summer.

Game mode pool will be expanded

The first limited-time game mode that Epic Games released for "Fortnite Battle Royale" was the 50v50. This mode has received a lot of changes throughout seasons, and its original variant was released on December 6, 2017. This game mode was far from perfect, but it was loved by many players, mostly since it allowed them to practice against others without having too much pressure.

In the last few months, the "Fortnite" developer has expanded game modes to competitive playlists and players can use the competitive Arena mode to qualify for the Fortnite World Cup.

In addition to this, the Creative mode allows players to create their own maps and mini-games, which was one of the best additions the game has ever received.

EpicDustyDevo, one of the Epic Games developers who frequently posts on Reddit, announced that the game mode pool will further be extended this summer. "Not sure if Ground Game will make the cut, but we are talking about expanding the LTM pool by quite a bit over the summer, so a lot of these that haven't been in rotation for a while will return," the developer posted in the /r/FortNiteBR subreddit.

We can expect more limited-time game modes to be added to the game and there is also a chance that some of them will stay in the game for a longer period.

Team Rumble could be switched off

At the moment, Team Rumble is a big-team mode most "Fortnite Battle Royale" players use to play casually or to complete their challenges.

However, it appears that the game developer is intending to switch off this mode and replace it with another big-team mode. "We might even switch off Team Rumble here and there and replace it with some of the other large team modes," is what the developer added to his original comment.

Considering that many "Fortnite" players would like this mode to be permanent, this could be a bad move by Epic Games.