Fortnite has drawn its flash mode for a limited time and replaced it with the funky disco domination. Epic gave no reason to change, but Blitz just got back in the last 6.22 update, so it was particularly limited.
Blitz mode increases the traditional Fortnite battle by closing the storm circle right from the start. The result is a battle lasting no more than 15 minutes, and has much more loot to find around the map. Disco Domination, by comparison, keeps matches of a normal length, but encourages players to find catch points (like dance floor) to raise the score score. In fact, Disco Domination is one of the more forgiving modes in Fortnite, as players have a limited ability to respawn.
The 6.22 update also provided a number of other changes for Fortnite. It brought about 7 challenges, a new Heavy AR weapon, NFL skins and another limited time mode called Team Terror. That mode sorts the players in two teams with 32, with the goal of drying out each other. But it comes with a twist as Cube Monsters from the Fortnitemares event also wander around the map and can also attack you.
Fortnite continues to get steam because it continues to publish updates, last passing a new milestone with 8.3 million simultaneous players. Part of this popularity is undoubtedly due to the wealth of new cosmetic items to unlock new challenges, and if you need help on the front page, check out our challenge guide.