Epic Games' Fortnite Battle Royale has grown into a juggernaut in the gaming scene, boasting millions of concurrent players all over the world. However, it seems that in lieu of this, the title's cooperative mode has been left behind.
Fortnite is a free-to-play third-person shooter which features building mechanics and even a PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds-like mode. Currently, the game runs at 30 FPS on Xbox One and PlayStation 4, but that's about to change this month.
PUBG is the gaming hit of the decade thus far, amassing more than three million concurrent players on Steam. Battle Royale games are super popular right now. But what makes them so appealing? And why now?
Yesterday at The Game Awards 2017, Epic Games revealed a new fifty vs. fifty mode for Fortnite Battle Royale, available for a limited time. Additionally, Epic Games announced that over thirty million people have played Fortnite.
Yesterday, Epic Games released the Xbox One X patch for Fortnite. The question many gamers wanted to know was what benefits Microsoft's new console received and how they compared to the PlayStation 4 Pro version.
This morning, a few games popped up as Xbox One X Enhanced on the Microsoft Store. For a while now we've known that The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim - Special Edition and Fortnite would be updated to take advantage of the console.
When Fortnite launched, Epic Games promised to crack down on cheaters but it seems like they might be taking it a little too far. The company has launched an aggressive legal campaign against certain individuals in which they’re asking for damages.