Fortnite recently got an update this week that included a new trap, NVIDIA ShadowPlay features, and other gameplay tweaks. But Epic Games wasn’t quite finished apparently, as they’ve announced another update for next week. This time, it focuses on the Battle Royale game mode. As many gamers possibly know, good quality maps are what make battle
Fortnite, the co-op base defense shooter from Epic Games, has received an update today. The update adds content and tweaks to both the PUBG-like Battle Royale mode and the more original Save the World mode. Patch V.2.1.0 comes with a number of quality of life improvements. It also adds a Cozy Campfire trap. This trap
Epic Games’ co-op-building-game-turned-battle-royale Fortnite has hit a few bumps recently as players began reporting issues with the game affecting connectivity when trying to log in. These recent hitches, however, have turned out to be the result of a much-needed update to prevent vulnerabilities within the game itself. Further explanation of the Meltdown vulnerability can be
Ever since the early access version of Fortnite launched a few months ago, developers Epic Games and People Can Fly have constantly added new content, including the game’s, now incredibly popular, Battle Royale mode, and Fortnitemares Halloween Event. It doesn’t seem like that’s changing anytime soon as v1.9.1 of the game has officially been revealed, and while it’s
Epic Games unveiled a Halloween-inspired Fortnitemares update for the Battle Royale mode of their popular Early Access title Fortnite today. This event update will happen on October 26, which means that the previous Horde Bash event will be ending on that day. The biggest thing included in this update is a new zone named Hexsylvania.