Epic’s Profit From Fortnite Is More Than What Some Countries Made
Every now and then we come across a game that for some reason has the ability to generate a truckload of cash. Back in the day we had titles like Angry Birds, then there was that cult indie hit Flappy Bird, then there was Candy Crush, and in recent times, Epic’s Fortnite Battle Royale is taking the cake.

Epic Insists Their Game Store Will Not And Do Not Share User Data
As some of you might have heard by now, Epic has recently chosen to launch its own storefront where it will play host to their own games as well as games belonging to other developers. We imagine that the company is probably trying to take on the likes of Valve’s Steam platform, which at the moment is more or less the de facto store for PC gaming.

This Is Why The iPhone X Can’t Run Fortnite At 60 FPS
Last month in an update to Fortnite Battle Royale on iOS devices, Epic made it so that the game would run at a buttery smooth 60 FPS. However this only applied to Apple’s latest iPhones, the iPhone XR, the iPhone XS, and the iPhone XS Max. So what about the previous year’s iPhone, like the iPhone X?

Official Fortnite Merch Store Has Been Launched
Epic’s Fortnite Battle Royale has certainly blown up to very epic proportions in terms of popularity and how it fits into pop culture today. So much so that we can’t say we’re surprised that Epic is trying to milk the hell out of it as the company has since launched the official Fortnite merch store.


Fortnite Now Supports Snapdragon 670, 710 Android Devices
When Epic first launched Fortnite Battle Royale for Android, the system requirements needed for the game was somewhat strict and was pretty much limited to handsets powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 820 chipset or later. However if you have a mid-range Android phone, not to worry as Fortnite will now support more devices.

Another Celebrity Sues Epic Over Fortnite Dance
When Fortnite’s dances were revealed, there were many who pointed out how a lot of them looked like familiar dance moves, moves that had gone viral. However in the past month, it seems that some of the creators of those dances weren’t too happy that Epic was profiting off them.

Baidu Harnesses Unity Engine To Tests Its Self-Driving Cars
Unity is the video game engine that many gamers might have seen and played, even if they might not necessarily know its name. It is the engine that powers games such as Cuphead, Monument Valley 2, and Hearthstone, just to name a few, and now it looks like Baidu has taken the engine and is using it to test their self-driving cars.

Alfonso Ribeiro Sues Epic For Allegedly Stealing His Dance For Fortnite
Epic had the right idea when they introduced dance moves to Fortnite Battle Royale, and it was also a pretty good idea to use contemporary dance moves, especially with some of these moves having gone viral in the past. Unfortunately it seems that Epic’s decision to use these moves came without permission from their creators.

Epic Shuts Down Fortnite Leakster FNBRLeaks
Leaks can sometimes be seen as good or bad. It can be good because it allows companies to get an idea of what consumers are feeling/saying without officially confirming anything, so changes can still be made. It can also be bad because sometimes leaks paint an incomplete picture or ruins the surprise.

Epic Removes ‘Infinity Blade’ From Fortnite For Being OP
Following the announcement that Epic would be pulling the Infinity Blade trilogy from the iOS App Store, the company later announced that the Infinity Blade weapon would find a new home in Fortnite Battle Royale. It was Epic’s way of paying tribute to the franchise and it seemed like a rather fitting tribute.

Epic’s Infinity Blade Continues To Live On Within Fortnite
Yesterday Epic announced that they would be effectively killing off its Infinity Blade franchise by removing the games from the iOS App Store. However according to Epic, they hinted that Infinity Blade could still appear in places we least expect. “As we bid farewell, be sure to keep your eyes peeled! You may find Infinity Blade popping up in places you wouldn’t expect.”

Epic Removes Infinity Blade Trilogy From The App Store
In the early days of the iPhone whenever a new iPhone was launched, Apple would bring Epic Games onto stage where they would announce the launch of a new Infinity Blade game. The point that they were trying to make was that the iPhones were capable of handling games of that calibre.

Samsung Owners Might Be Able To Expect More Exclusive Fortnite Skins
When Fortnite for Android was launched, it was revealed that Samsung Galaxy owners received exclusive skins for the game. If you thought that maybe this was a one-time deal, think again because according to a tweet by ShiinaBR, it seems that Samsung owners could be getting new exclusive skins moving forwards.

Epic Is No Longer Actively Developing ‘Unreal Tournament’
Prior to Epic launching Fortnite Battle Royale, one of the games that the company was known for was the Unreal Tournament franchise, which back in the day was played on the same level as other competitive FPS games like Quake, Counter-Strike, Team Fortress, and so on. In fact there were even plans to develop a new Unreal Tournament game.