Epic CEO Says Apex Legends Isn’t Taking Players Away From Fortnite

Respawn’s Apex Legends battle royale title was only announced recently and it has already grown to 50 million players. It’s still far from Fortnite’s lead in this genre but many were quick to brand it as a genuine competitor to Epic’s superhit title. Epic Games CEO Tim Sweeney has basically said that contrary to popular belief, Apex Legends hasn’t really taken players away from Fortnite.


Latest Fortnite Patch Adds A Hoverboard

Epic had teased the Driftboard when Fortnite season 7 opened and merely days before the season ends, Epic has finally released the hoverboard for players. The latest Fortnite patch does indeed add a hovering snowboard to the game in addition to a few limited time game modes one of which makes use of the Driftboard.


Fortnite Players Can Get The Season 8 Battle Pass Free

Epic’s Fortnite has stood tall over the other battle royale titles over the past year but now it faces competition from a new rival which is quickly racking up millions of players: Respawn’s Apex Legends. To ensure that players remain loyal to Fortnite, Epic is using the time tested strategy of giving away stuff for free.


It’s Now Possible To Merge Fortnite Accounts For Pooling V-Bucks

It’s now finally possible to merge your Fortnite accounts if you have been meaning to share cosmetics and V-Bucks across different platforms. It has long been possible to play the game with your friends regardless of the platform they were on but the difficulties in managing game resources left a lot to be desired. With this change, players can access a single account on multiple consoles, but their inventory is […]


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Fortnite Is Hosting A Marshmello Concert

Fancy attending a concert of the EDM artist and producer Marshmello? You don’t have to shell out a couple of hundred bucks for a ticket, just head over to the football field in Pleasant Park. If that makes no sense, you need to play Fortnite.


Fortnite Bluetooth Controller Support Arrives On iOS And Android

Fortnite has long been available for iOS and Android-powered mobile devices. It’s finally getting support for Bluetooth controllers today. The support is part of the latest patch that’s rolling out today for the popular battle royale title. Epic has been working on this feature since last year and it’s rolling it out starting today.


Fortnite Will No Longer Have Blind Loot Boxes In Save The World

Epic is making a significant change for loot boxes in its Save the World PvE mode. The developer has always kept blind loot boxes out of the battle royale mode and it’s now doing the same thing for Save the World as well. Players will be able to see what they’ll get in a loot box prior to spending 50 V-Bucks on it.


New Fortnite Vehicle Release Has Been Delayed

Epic Games teased a new Fortnite vehicle recently which seems to look like a snowboard. The developer has now confirmed that it won’t be releasing this vehicle, called the Driftboard, with the upcoming Fortnite patch. A snowboard-like vehicle seems an appropriate addition to this insanely popular game ahead of the upcoming holiday season.


Fortnite’s Cross-Platform Tools Offered To Other Developers For Free

Fortnite battle royale is a massive cross-platform hit. The title is available on a variety of gaming and mobile platforms. The underlying software infrastructure which supports this cross-platform behemoth is quite complex and Epic would be justified in keeping it closed. It’s not doing that, though, as Epic has said that it’s going to offer all of the underlying software and tools to other developers for free.


Fortnite Creative Mode Adds A Touch Of Minecraft

Epic Games announced today that the next major mode adds a touch of Minecraft to Fortnite, its most popular game. The Fortnite Creative mode arrives as part of the game’s seventh season and puts an emphasis on building instead of battling. Epic says that the mode provides users with a brand new way to experience Fortnite.


Fortnite Can Run At 60fps On iPhone XS, XS Max, And XR

Fortnite, the world’s most popular game, can be played at a glorious 60 frames per second on Apple’s latest iPhones. It was confirmed earlier today that Fortnite has amassed more than 200 million registered players across the globe. Those who use the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR among those players can go about their business in Fortnite at 60fps.


Fortnite Boasts 200 Million Players

To say that Fortnite is a popular game would be a massive understatement. The title has become an absolute phenomenon, taking on a life of its own. So it’s certainly not surprising to see that it has achieved another major milestone. Fortnite now boasts more than 200 million players across the globe. This is a massive achievement when you compare this figure to what it was back in March this […]


Fortnite ‘Winter Royale’ Is A $1 Million Tournament Open To All Players

The next major tournament series for Fornite isn’t going to be limited to professional players. “Winter Royale” is the next major competition for this popular title with a prize pool of $1 million. The best part is that any and all players can compete for a chance to win cash prizes.


U.S. Army Turns To Fortnite As It Looks To Increase Recruitment

The U.S. Army failed for the first time in more than a decade to meet its recruitment goal. It’s reportedly aiming to expand its ranks to more than 500,000 in the next four years and was unable to meet its fiscal year target to recruit new soldiers. So it’s turning to one of the most popular games on the planet to help with recruiting new soldiers.