Following Monday’s big Fortnite 4.4 patch, Epic Games has today rolled out a smaller update.

The new Fortnite update, version 4.4.1, made a few smaller changes to the game. Chief among them is re-enabling Shopping Carts once again.

Following the big Fortnite Pro-Am tournament at E3, the update made it possible view the tourney matches directly through the game.

Finally, today’s update added the ability to report players in Fortnite’s Save the World mode. Epic Games didn’t release a detailed list of notes, only just highlighting these three items on Twitter.

As for this week’s 4.4 patch, it introduced the Thermal Scope Assault Rifle, a new soccer stadium, and of course brought back the 50v50 and Sniper Shootout modes.

In case you missed it, Fortnite Battle Royale is now available on Nintendo Switch. Switch players can play with their friends on mobile, as well as PC, and Xbox One. If you previously used your Epic account on PS4, you will need to create a new one.

For more on this week’s challenges, check out our guides for where to find the football/soccer stadiums, following the Pleasant Park Treasure Map, and of course the full week 7 challenges themselves.

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