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The Disco Domination LTM has been added to Fortnite: Battle Royale

Dance like no one's watching!

Brian Tyler Oct 10, 2018 1:31 am

The first new limited time mode of season six has officially made its way into Fortnite: Battle Royale.

Epic Games added Disco Domination with the 6.02 update today, which will force players to really break out their moves. The objective of the mode, which was revealed in last week’s in-game message, was to “capture and defend Dance Floors around the island using emotes to earn points.”

Disco Domination, if it becomes popular among the player base, will likely be brought back in the future. Well-liked LTMs typically return after their initial runs with various changes. Solid Good and 50v50, for example, have come back with different styles after being initially removed.

Since the sixth season’s launch, players have been focusing on the new content added in the 6.0 update. Of that content, many have focused on the Pets cosmetics that were introduced in season six.

Related: Saturday Night Live airs a hilarious Fortnite skit starring Adam Driver

Pets weren’t the only thing added, though. The sixth season of Fortnite vaulted various weapons, brought in some new skins, and the map has seen some changes. Not only has Loot Lake island begun to make its way around the map to the Corrupted Areas, but Halloween decorations have started to appear at a few points of interest, too.

With Halloween coming up and the Disco Domination LTM now in the game, you know what that means: Somebody’s going to throw a big Halloween night dance party.

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