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Fortnite is a free-to-play Battle Royale game with numerous game modes for every type of game player. Watch a concert, build an island or fight. The video game developer is Epic Games.
The COVID-19 crisis has caused a lot of challenges for esports and gaming events which resulted in mass cancellations and postponement. Epic regards health and safety as their top priority for both its staff and Fortnite players in these challenging times. Even if a biosecure environment is created, uncertainty still prevails and it seems that it will persist for another year.
Fortnite Crew it is! We have a huge announcement for the Fortnite Battle Royale community. Epic is all set to launch Fortnite’s Fifth Season along with a monthly subscription of $11.99 for exclusive in-game items.
iOS Fortnite fraternity, rejoice! Fortnite will be back on iPhones and iPads in the coming months, and thanks to Nvidia GeForce Now. The catch here is that it won’t be as easy as opening the Fortnite app on your mobile phone. So how’s is it going to be playable after all Epic versus Apple clash of tech giants?
Epic Games is successfully placing the ongoing dispute in the limelight by using an in-game event for Fortnite. As our audience already knows that Apple has blocked Fortnite from its App Store, consequently, iOS users cannot get any new Fortnite updates, so now at the end of the ongoing season, Epic Games is closing off with the #FreeFortnite Cup. The FreeFortnite event will run across all platforms today, and it has to offer a lot of prizes based on the Epic VS Apple dispute, which also includes #FreeFortnite hats with a mockery of Apple’s logo.