Fortnite Reboot Van Coming to Live Servers Next Week

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They need to get a hold of reboot cards from their dead teammates for respawning them.

While you revive your teammates, these vans would give off audio cues as well as a few visual cues such as beacons to surrounding players, notifying the revival of your teammates.

Once a Reboot Van has been used, it will be unavailable for some time.

Epic Games has announced that it's adding Reboot Vans to Fortnite.

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The similarities might even go deeper: The developer video advises players to "toss some items to your rebooted teammates to get them back into the battle", which suggests players drop all of their items on death.

To bring your friends or team mates back to life, you would require a device called the Reboot card.

Some Fortnite players will feel the concept of the Reboot Van is very familiar. Giving out free battle passes was seen as Epic Games' first move to tackle Apex Legends and keep Fortnite fans glued to its game only.

But remember: Without their Reboot Card, you can't bring teammates back. In fact, Fortnite's next addition - Reboot Vans - seem to be ripped straight from the Apex Legends playbook. But in the next big update to the game, you will no longer have to sit out the rest of the match, twiddling your thumbs.

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The vans will be placed around the map at major points of interest.

Part of this is due to Apex being a fantastic game in its own right. I'm guessing Epic liked the idea from Apex so much that it wanted to crib a feature, which I can't blame them.

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