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Fortnite Battle Royale
Fortnite Battle Royale is a world-famous free-to-play battle royale game developed and published by Epic Games. It's a companion game to Fortnite: Save the World.
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Fortnite adds Floor is Lava LTM, Poison Dart Trap and Bananas
Fortnite's latest update is now live on all platforms and it brings the new limited time mode named Floor is Lava. As the name already suggests, players will have to hold the high ground and avoid lava to become the last man standing.
Fortnite going full childhood mode with The Floor is Lava LTM
As announced in Fortnite's in-game splash screens, Epic's next mode for the popular battle royale is called The Floor is Lava LTM, the dev's take of the seemingly globally universal children's game of the same name, with a firepower twist.
Epic Games announce Fortnite LTM Creator Contest, winner gets LTM
Although competitions were so far mostly reserved for the Battle Royale part of Fortnite, Epic Games have now announced a competition in Fortnite Creative, with the winning submission winning an in-game spot as a limited time mode.
Epic CEO Tim Sweeney is not worried about Apex Legends
According to Epic CEO Tim Sweeney, Fortnite gained an Apex Legends worth of players since Respawn's battle royale launched a month ago. Sweeney said that their battle royale king should soon hit another milestone - 250 million players.
Epic show off stunning Unreal Engine 4 ray tracing demo Troll
Unreal Engine 4 is seriously blurring the lines between game development and actual cinematography as Epic once again dazzled the GDC crowd with a real-time ray tracing demo made by Goodbye Kansas and Deep Forest Films called 'Troll'.
Fortnite: Battle Royale is up to 250 million players
One would think Fortnite's rapid growth stage is over but it seems like Epic's phenomenon isn't yet done growing. In fact, the latest data says that Fortnite is up to 250m players, and there's a new concurrent player record of 10.8 million.
Tim Sweeney says Epic Games Store won't launch crappy games
Epic's CEO Tim Sweeney recently discussed the selection process that will go into deciding what games end up on the Epic Games Store, and he insists they'll take steps to prevent crappy games, bloatware, asset flips, porn games and so on.
Epic Games add Flint-Knock Pistol in latest Fortnite update
Epic Games have released update 8.11 for Fortnite Battle Royale which brings the new Flint-Knock Pistol, brings back Impulse Grenades from the vault and changest the Limited-Time Mode to One Shot sniper fiesta, among other changes.
Epic fork out $500,000 in Unreal Dev Grants to complete $5m goal
Epic Games have announced that $500,000 has been paid to the final recipients of Unreal Dev Grants, which completes the company's goal of giving $5 million to developers using Unreal Engine 4. That's not the end of their support though.
Epic Games Store will support key sales for non-exclusive titles
Epic Games Store and the company's CEO Tim Sweeney have been pretty busy lately, not least over the recurring need to explain that Tencent and China do not own Epic, and the latest news is that the store will support game key sales.