Saturday, November 27, 2021

Fortnite Chapter 2 Is Coming To An End, See The Trailer, Learn How To Be A Part Of The Action

Click here to watch embedded media Epic Games is ending Fortnite's second chapter sooner than expected. On December 4 at 4 p.m. ET, the Cube Queen is waging war against all of the combatants on the Island in a new limited event called "The End." This event is a one-time instance, meaning you won't be able to play it again after you complete it. Epic recommends content creators and players record their playthrough as it will be the only way to see it again. The End allows for groups of up to 16 players to queue together. Friends can get together 30 minutes before the event begins. This current season is ending a day earlier than Epic originally announced, so anyone who logs in now between December 4 will receive a 225,000 XP reward. Players who compete in The End event will earn a themed loading screen and wrap. From November 26 to 29, Epic is holding a power-leveling weekend with supercharged XP to help players complete the battle pass. What comes next is anyone's guess. Epic will likely continue on with Chapter 3 and a new theme. We know Boba Fett is coming to the game, and there are rumors that The Matrix will be involved as well. What do you hope to see from Fortnite next? And what did you think of the current chapter? Let us know in the comments section below!
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    Google shall enable you to upload photos and add missing roads in Maps

    Google has announced three new ways you can help make Maps more informative and accurate, which would make it more useful at a time when people are checking out places online before they venture out of their homes. To start with, the tech giant is holding a nationwide challenge in hopes of encouraging you to leave more reviews for local businesses.  Over the next month, you'll be able to join the "Local Love challenge" if you have an Android device in the US. You'll see the option to contribute towards a goal of updating 100,000 businesses when you navigate to the Contribute tab in the Google Maps app. Aside from being able to leave ratings and reviews, you'll also be able to confirm/update an establishment's information, such as its store hours. Google Google is also launching a new feature that allows you to upload photos of an establishment in Maps in the coming weeks. It'll enable you to leave photos of a place with a short text description — say, to show other people that a restaurant has outside sitting or that a place has altered its facade — without having to leave reviews or star ratings. You can see photos in the Updates tab when you look up a place in Maps. To contribute, tap the "upload a photo update" button in the same tab. Finally, Google has rolled out the ability to report map changes with a desktop editing tool. You'll be able to add missing roads in Maps by choosing "Edit" on the side menu and drawing lines. The tool will also let you change a road's direction, realign and delete incorrect roads, as well as rename them if the info in Maps is no longer accurate. Allowing anyone edit Maps can be risky, though, so Google will vet contributed road updates before publishing them to prevent people from adding false information. The tech giant will make this feature available in 80 countries over the coming months. [embedded content]

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