Fortnite is one of the most popular titles on the planet right now and a darling of game streamers on Twitch and YouTube. Epic Games wants more and more gamers to stream Fortnite which will only increase the game’s popularity so it has announced a new event called Support-A-Creator. It will be paying streamers on Twitch and YouTube whenever someone buys in-game gear.
Fortnite fans who play the game often will be well aware of the Drum Gun. It was one of the most powerful guns in the game. Note the use of was in that sentence but this gun is no more. Epic Games has retired Fortnite’s Drum Gun as part of a minor update that’s rolling out for one of the most popular games on the planet right now.
Fortnite, one of the most popular games on the market right now, is available for a variety of devices including the iPhone and iPad. Many players on iOS have been complaining about performance issues with the title and they will be happy to know that the developer Epic Games has acknowledged the matter and promised to provide a fix in the coming days.
Epic Games, the developer of the most popular title on the planet, has confirmed that the Fortnite competitive mode is going to arrive this fall. With Epic increasingly spending huge amounts of money on Fortnite competitions, it obviously serves its own interests to improve the title and make it better suited to gaming competitions because things are far from ideal on that front for Fortnite right now.
Fortnite is unquestionably the most popular game on the planet right now. Millions of people will be delighted to find out that Epic Games has finally revealed more details about the fifth season of Fortnite. Fortnite season 5 is finally here and it brings a host of new content including but not limited to golf cars, new locations, weapons, vehicles, and mechanics.
Bluehole’s Korean subsidiary PUBG recently filed a lawsuit against Epic Games for similarities between Fortnite and PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, two insanely popular battle royale titles. In an interesting turn of events, the PUBG Fortnite lawsuit has been dropped, but there’s nothing to suggest that a settlement has been reached between PUBG and Epic Games, the developer of Fortnite.
It has been less than a year since Epic Games released Fortnite and it has proven to be a major hit for the company. Epic has now provided the updated player figures for Fortnite and they’re nothing short of impressive. The developer has confirmed that Fortnite has more than 125 million players across the globe less than a year after its launch.
Fortnite is an insanely popular battle royale title and many have been waiting for its arrival in the e-sports arena. Developer Epic Games has finally revealed its e-sports plans for Fortnite. It has confirmed that the first Fortnite World Cup is going to take place in 2019 and it’s going to have a prize pool of $100 million that will be up for grabs.
Epic Games has brought a lot of interesting content to Fortnite through the game’s weekly updates but vehicles have not been one of them. Competing titles like PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds have long enabled players to travel throughout the map with vehicles like trucks, cars, and motorcycles but that has not been the case with Fortnite which only recently added jetpacks for a limited time. The latest update does bring a vehicle […]
It has been announced today that J.J. Abrams is working on a new video game project that’s actually a collaboration between this director and Chair Entertainment, a subsidiary of Epic Games. They haven’t revealed much about the project just yet aside from saying that it’s going to be released for mobile devices and Windows PC at some point next year.
Now if you have played any of Epic Games’ games, like Infinity Blade, Unreal Tournament, Gears of War, and so on, and have participated in discussions on the developer’s forums, you might want to change your forum password. It seems the the forums have recently been compromised, according to an email sent out by the company.The email reads, “We have just discovered that the Epic Games forums located at https://forums.epicgames.com […]
Over the years video game engines have evolved to become truly spectacular, rendering beautiful graphics to the point where it is hard to tell what’s real and what’s computer generated, so much so that architect Ronen Bekerman has teamed up with the folks at Epic Games to participate in “The Vineyard” challenge.So what is this challenge about? According to the description, “Challengers will be encouraged to think outside the box […]
A couple of months ago, Epic Games announced that they would be licensing out Unreal Engine 4 to developers who wish to code with it. This came in the form of a subscription service which would cost $19.99 a month, and would also provide developers access to the UE4 engine, editors, and source code. Given that in the past, licensing UE4 would not only be limited to AAA developers, but […]
Back at GDC 2014 Epic Games demonstrated its new Unreal Engine 4 features as well as an entirely new business model. It is now a subscription based product. Anyone can access all UE4 engine, editors and source code for $19.99 per month. Today Epic Games released the first major update for Unreal Engine 4 since its public launch at the Game Developers Conference.