A few days ago, an unofficial Fortnite festival held in the English town of Norwich ended in disaster. Now, Epic Games is suing the organizers for using their game’s name and imagery without permission.
Soulja Boy, if anything, proves that you can’t keep a “good” rapper and legally questionable entrepreneur down. He’s doubling down on his designer bootleg consoles and claims the next one will be able to play Fortnite. Unsurprisingly, Epic Games says that this isn’t true.
Alfonso Riberio, the actor who played Carlton Banks in the 90’s sitcom The Fresh Prince of Bel-air, is suing Epic Games over an emote in Fortnite. He’s also filed a similar lawsuit against 2K for similar reasons.
Reports and rumors have emerged suggesting that some video games, including Fortnite and PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, have been banned in China. These supposed bans have been handed out by the country’s Online Ethics Review Committee.
Epic Games is shaking up the online games distribution market with the announcement of their own games store. The store plans to give developers 88% of the money they make, among other plans.
The National Football League is partnering up with Epic Games to bring NFL-themed skins to Fortnite. Starting Friday, November 9, at 7 p.m. EST, players will be able to dress up as their favorite American football players.
Fortnite Season 6 kicks off today with another massive update for the newest season. Among other changes, this new season gives the map a spooky Halloween makeover, adds a new power-up that turns players into ghosts, and adds cute pets that ride on your back.
It’s no secret the Epic Games is making tons of money from Fortnite. Because of this, creators in the Unreal Engine Marketplace are receiving a big retroactive raise to what they sell.
Fortnite Season 5 has officially gone live as of this morning. The newest season of the hit battle royale introduces a variety of new features, including new locations, rifts that launch players into the sky, and actual motorized vehicles.
We are approaching the beginning of Fortnite Season 5, and the world of Fortnite is experiencing bizarre anomalous activities. The sky has split open, objects are warping into our world, and now objects are appearing into Fortnite.
It was previously reported that PUBG Corp, creator of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, was filing a lawsuit against Epic Games, the creator of Fortnite. Now it seems that the two titans of Battle Royale games won’t be going to court after all.
Epic issues a warning for Fortnite gamer’s to beware of scam sites.