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Fortnite Battle Royale's map is getting more defined biomes, more locations

Epic is putting a lot of other studios to shame when it comes to transparency regarding their latest project, Fortnite. In addition to open communication on their forums, they also put out a heap of development update videos with game...Show More Summary

Fortnite Battle Royale Reaches 40 Million Players Ahead of Map Update

There are almost daily reminders of just how big the Battle Royale craze has gotten in video games. The latest one comes from Shacknews Best Early Access Game of 2017 Fortnite and Epic Games. On Monday, Epic announced that Fortnite Battle...Show More Summary

"We could be the biggest game in the western world"

Fortnite Battle Royale is getting a big map update this week and some important technical changes under the hood as it celebrates yet more record player numbers. Back in December, Epic's sandbox take on the Battle Royale genre passed the 30 million players milestone, with 1.3 million people playing concurrently. Show More Summary

Fortnite Battle Royale map update to include new biomes, points of interest

A new update is set to arrive next week for Fortnite Battle Royale. There will be new areas to explore next week when the Fortnite Battle Royale map receives an update. In the latest developer diary, lead systems engineer Eric Williams states a new city area will be added along with new points of interest. […]

Fortnite update nerfs Boogie Bomb, adds a cozy campfire – all the 2.1.0 patch notes

Epic Games has released the latest update to Fortnite. A number of issues have been patched with today’s Fortnite update, bring the game to version 2.1.0. Along with fixes to a number of issues to Battle Royale and Save the World, some quality of life improvements were also been applied. Two additions to the game […]

This Fortnite: Battle Royale player forgot to record audio and his solution was brilliant

When life gives you a solid win in Fortnite: Battle Royale but you forgot to record your gameplay audio, you make lots of gun noises with your mouth

PUBG-style Battle Royale games are so popular, someone made a game to train you to be good at them

PUBG, Fortnite, and H1Z1 are all very popular Battle Royale games. The sub-genre is dominating the conversation now, to the point that hero shooter Paladins is getting a Battle Royale mode. If you’re not busy cloning or expanding on PUBG’s mechanics, you’re likely trying to a more cynical approach. Yesterday, a game called Battle Royale […]

Haven't tried Fortnite: Battle Royale yet? What if it added a bush disguises and silenced guns mode?

Fortnite: Battle Royale has been playable for a few months, but whether you're a dedicated builder-battler or have never known the majesty of a rocket ride, you'll want to try the next special event mode

Paladins announces free-to-play battle royale mode called Battlegrounds

Fortnite wasn’t the only game attempting to cash in on the battle royale craze. Hi-Rez Studios, the developer behind Paladins, has announced that the free-to-play hero shooter will be getting its own battle royale mode, aptly named Battlegrounds (via IGN). Show More Summary

Fortnite Battle Royale gets silenced pistol, new Sneaky Silencers limited-time mode

Fortnite Battle Royale is getting another themed event this weekend, alongside new content. The new content comes in the form of a silenced pistol, available right now in Fortnite Battle Royale. It can be found in treasure chests or as in-world loot, in both Epic and Legendary rarities. The silenced theme is interesting, because the […]

Fortnite's Battle Royale is going stealthy for its next limited-time event

Epic Games has announced Sneaky Silencer, a new stealth-focussed limited-time mode for Fortnite's Battle Royale. Fortnite's Sneaky Silencer event is scheduled to commence on January 5th in the UK, and runs until January 8th. It follows...Show More Summary

Fortnite Reveals Season 2 Battle Pass

Whether you're into their PvP or PvE modes, Fortnite has some new content to keep you occupied this winter. The game has kicked off its "Survive the Holidays" event and has announced a brand new battle pass for their Battle Royale players. Fans...Show More Summary

Fortnite gets holiday event — and in-game spending in Battle Royale mode

We’re amid the gift-giving holidays, and it’s time to celebrate with decorations, good cheer, and crass consumerism. Epic Games is doing its part to deliver all of those things with some updates to Fortnite that will introduce a holiday event and (finally) a way to spend money on the last-player-standing mode. The Survive the Holidays […]

Fortnite Battle Royale introduces cosmetic 'Battle Pass'

Fortnite's Battle Royale mode continues to grow into its own game basically, as Epic launches patch 1.11 and heads into Season 2 and the new winter event. This new season will bring the "Battle Pass" concept with it, which includes cosmetic items with an instant unlock, and an additional "level-up" system that grants more loot. Show More Summary

Fortnite Battle Royale gets Dota 2-style Battle Pass, loads of new items

The Fortnite Battle Royale Season 2 has begun, and with it, the introduction of the Battle Pass. The concept of Fortnite Battle Royale’s Battle Pass should be familiar to Dota 2 players. That’s because, much like Dota 2’s, Fortnite’s Battle Pass offers tiered unlocks that can be earned by playing, or paying to gain access […]

H1Z1, a battle-royale game that PlayerUnknown worked on before PUBG, is free to play this week

H1Z1, a hugely influential battle royale game that preceded current genre champions PUBG and Fortnite Battle Royale, is getting a free week. The developers have announced on the H1Z1 website that the game will be free to play from Thursday December 14 at 10am PST until Thursday December 21 at the same time. That’s exactly […]

13 Fortnite 50v50 Tips

Learn the best ways to play this limited time Battle Royale mode.

Fortnite Battle Royale gets limited time 50 vs. 50 mode on Xbox One and PC

Yesterday at The Game Awards 2017, Epic Games revealed a new fifty vs. fifty mode for Fortnite Battle Royale. Fortnite is a free-to-play third-person shooter which features building mechanics and a PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds-like battle royale mode. Show More Summary

Huge 50v50 game mode announced for Fortnite Battle Royale, but it’s only here for a limited time

A massive 50v50 game mode was announced for Fortnite Battle Royale at last night’s Game Awards. That’s right – 100 players, two teams, one big scrap. The new mode is available now and free for all players, but only around until December 17, 2017. The hugely popular Fortnite passed 20 million players last month, with […]

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