There's also a new creative mode where you can save your creations and share them with other players.
Those not picking up the battle pass can get access to Creative Mode on December 13th.
As Epic puts it: "takes to the slopes and skies in Season 7". You can see links to 14 videos on the Epic Games blog, including 9 in English, 3 in Spanish, and two in French. I mentioned that snow covered almost a third of the map, but what's important to understand is that the map with the addition of the iceberg also got a lot bigger. The X-4 Stormwing Plane has a single pilot seat, and can carry up to four teammates on its wings, flying over the map to rain down bullets from above. The new mode delivers fun on "your island - with your friends - and your rules", says Epic.
One of the first things you'll notice if you're a keen player of the game is the new set of locations available on the map; expect to stumble across Frosty Flights, Polar Peak, and more as you aim for your Victory Royales. Both of the new ways to travel will be a big twist to Fortnite's usual battle royale gameplay, and I'll be interested to see how they affect the game as the season goes on.More news: Korea's Moon still hopes to host Kim this year
This will be Creative Mode, a special sandbox experience that allows players to create by themselves. New ziplines will help players travel to and from high terrain.
As most Fortnite players know, the more you play and complete weekly challenges, the more emotes, dance moves and cosmetic items you can get.
When it comes to everything Fortnite season 7, make sure you check out the Fortnite patch notes 7.0 that details all the latest stuff that's just landed in the game.