Custom matchmaking in Fortnite Battle Royale allows you to play with a specific group of people through an invite process. Right now the feature is currently being tested, but we've compiled everything we know about this upcoming feature. Custom matchmaking is an upcoming feature that allows players to set up private matches where only players with an invite can join. The player who sets up a custom match will be given a key that can then be used to enter the match. Only players with the same key can play in the match. This is great for streamers and large groups to ensure everyone plays together. Tournaments can also be set up using this method.
Fortnite 's 3. But custom, private matchmaking is what we're really excited about. Epic Games added the new feature very quietly with this ate, and the developers have oddly remained totally mum on exactly how it works and who can use it. If you log into Battle Royale mode and take a look at the main menu screen, a curious addition now appears in the bottom right corner - Custom Matchmaking. Players have been asking for this feature since in order to run private tournaments for local - or even national - events, and now it has almost been added to the game. Well, hello there, Mr. New Feature Guy!
The first one, Latada or Festa das Latas "The Tin Can Parade" is a homecoming parade that occurs at the beginning of the academic year, and is a welcome to the new university students Caloiros. The Festa das Latas goes back to the 19th century when the Coimbra students felt the need to express their joy at finishing the school year in as loud a way as possible, using everything at their disposal that would make noise, namely tin cans. The highlight of this festival, which now takes place at the beginning of the academic year November is the special parade known as the Latada. After marching through the streets of the city the new students are "baptized" in the Mondego River thus entering into the Coimbra academic fraternity. The students from the penultimate year, normally the 3rd year's students, are awarded their Grelos a small ribbon. The Grelo is a small, woollen ribbon with the color s of the student's faculty that is attached to a student's briefcase.