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The high Popularity of Fortnite

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 18, 2018 2:32 am    Post subject: The high Popularity of Fortnite Reply with quote

A number of these are statues, others recreate maps from other iconic shooters. Some are literally attempting to be miracles of the Fortnite world. I'm already seeing lovers request the to spare creations and import them into other matches, and againI reiterate that Playground has huge potential here, and I hope that Epic really opens up it with different skills like brand new tilesets and terrain editing. At that point, the possibilities would truly be .

Here are my favorite finds from Playground so much, together with credit to the individual who built themAs you can see, some pretty amazing things, and the comparisons to Minecraft are likely to be instant. Minecraft was the previous match to earn players go wild, particularly one of a younger-skewing age-group, so imagine if Fortnite, a hugely popular aggressive game, could also have a truly creative component attached to it also? That is the reason Playground needs to be a permanent mode instead of simply an LTM, something I must think Epic is likely in the long run, even if they do take it down in a week or so. This needs to become a fixture in the game so we are able to keep seeing what players are capable of. Add in additional attributes and skills and you'll have a creative mode unlike anything else in the market apart from nicely, Minecraft. And maybe better than that.

After yesterday's insane live rocket launch/reality shattering event, we have arrived at the conclusion of year 4 of Fortnite, and year 5 is just on the horizon. That means one last week of challenges, and as ever, the week 10 challenges have leaked online courtesy of Fortnite Tracker.

So while there are no obviously challenges here like there have been in preceding weeks, I'm a little skeptical that this is the final list. Search between movie titles was recorded a week when Fortnite's challenges leaked, but it was apparently pushed to the week, and I would expect it to really land this time given that this is currently the final week. https://www.mmogo.com/Fortnite/Items.html
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