Fortnite's 14 Days of Summer Begins Today By Rebecca Smith, 25 Jun 2019 CommentsIf the weather is anything like the rain that's currently falling outside my window, it doesn't particularly feel like summer. It seems a bit odd, then, to see a whole host of Fortnite characters sprawled on the beach soaking up the sun, but that's exactly what they're doing to herald the start of the game's 14 Days of Summer event. The event brings new features for all three areas of the game and the fun starts today.Battle Royale players get new content every day. Each day will bring an unvaulted weapon for a period of 24 hours, a new limited time mode, a daily challenge, a free reward, and new items in the Item Shop. The full list of limited time modes is below, although they're not in any particular order, and you can find out more information on each mode here:Heavy Metal SquadsStorm Chasers: Surfin' (squads)Splashdown SquadsPower Up SolosLeave None Behind DuosUse With Care DuosHeadshots DuosTank Battle SquadsBuilders Paradise SquadsWick's Bounty DuosArsenal (Solos)Rumble SquadsLoadout Swap SquadsStrategic Structures SquadsSave the World players get a new quest every day where they need to help Homebase to hold the best summer party. Completing the quests will earn Summer Tickets that can be used to unlock items in the store, and completing all 14 quests will unlock a new "explosive" weapon. Meanwhile, Creative players get a new featured island every day.The 14 Days of Summer event begins today, so if you're wanting to claim all of the rewards, make sure you log in and take part every day for the next two weeks. Patch v9.30 Content Update #1 also arrived today, and if you're interested in the additions made there, check out the full patch notes.We've got the full list of Fortnite achievements - check the list for guides to unlocking them. Game PatchXbox LIVE EventXbox One X EnhancedXbox OneID@Xbox Written by Rebecca SmithRebecca is the Newshound Manager at TrueGaming Network. She has been contributing articles since 2010, especially those that involve intimidatingly long lists. When not writing news, she works in an independent game shop so that she can spend all day talking about games too. She'll occasionally go outside.