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.
Fortnite has recently been released on the Switch and had two million downloads in the first 24 hours alone. However, the big story with this version involves a cross-play issue that has many fans up in arms.
During the Nintendo E3 conference, the company put out a short trailer showcasing all of the new software from numerous developers that they plan to release on the Switch.
Now that Fortnite has been officially announced on the Nintendo Switch and is readily available, fans are flocking to learn about what can be done with the Switch and Fortnite. One cool thing we learned from the release is that Fortnite is that it will have a full voice chat on the Switch using the headphone jack.
Nintendo has just announced during their E3 conference today, that Fortnite will not only be playable on the Nintendo Switch, but it’s available now.
Fortnite has become of the most played and viewed games online now, and it’s no surprise that a new leaked image from E3 2018 shows the game among others listed for the Nintendo Switch.
The rivalry between South Korea’s Bluehole/PUBG Corp. and North Carolina-based Epic Games is highly evident. Fortnite’s arrival onto the battle royale scene took a good bit of market share from PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds. Now, PUBG Corp is taking Epic Games to court over the similarities between the two battle royale games.
As of today, players will get to soar into the sky with the recent addition of jet-packs into Fortnite. After being teased back in March, the addition was delayed due to some last minutes design issues. Player will gain access to the jet-packs after downloading the 4.2 content update.
Fortnite is heading to Android devices very soon, after being on iOS for a few weeks. This comes in a new update from Epic Games, giving other details on the mobile game port.
Fortnite is doing a crossover with Avengers: Infinity War, giving players the opportunity to get the gauntlet in the 100 person battle royale mode. Learn about how to wield the gauntlet and use it here!