Fortnite is a well known game, owing quite a bit of its notoriety to the fight royale mode. Now, Fortnite’s designer Epic Games has reported that the game has over 350 million registered players, including that in April, players went through over 3.2 billion hours in-game. Remarkably, the advancement comes when individuals around the globe are staying inside and investing more energy online claiming to the coronavirus pandemic. As of late, Epic Games declared that the second edition of Fortnite World Cup has been dropped because of the COVID-19 episode.
Epic Games by means of Fortnite’s Twitter account likewise reported the forthcoming edition of Party Royale. The debut of the most recent edition will take on May 8 at 9pm ET (May 9 at 6:30am IST) and will highlight craftsmen including Dillon Francis, Steve Aoki, and Deadmau5. Epic Games in a different blog entry additionally expressed that players can return for the rebroadcast on May 9 at 2pm ET (11:30pm IST). To review, Fortnite as of late included the Party Royale mode which is a firearm free, social space inside the game that permits players to sign in and spend time with different players and watch concerts.
In the interim, Epic Games as of late dropped the second edition of Fortnite World Cup possessing to the coronavirus pandemic. The organization said that all physical Fortnite occasions will be held online for the remainder of the year. It likewise included that the remainder of the Fortnite occasions including the Champion Series (FNCS) and Cash Cups will take place basically.
A month ago, Epic Games extended Chapter 2 – Season 2 of Fortnite by nearly 30 days. The Chapter 2 – Season 2 of the game was at first scheduled to come out on May 1 however it was pushed back to June 4 because of unknown reasons. Moreover, it was declared that the Fortnite Chapter 2 – Season 2 will get additional content as new difficulties till the new section is out.