Company: Epic Games
Originally due to launch as a free to play game a long time ago, Epic Games' 'Fortnite' slipped out of existence only to reemerge and release in July, 2017. With access locked behind a 'Founders Pack' for the time being, the builder/shooter hybrid has welcomed a F2P mode much quicker than its 2018 roadmap once suggested. Naturally, there are many patch notes to peruse.
Whether it's due to popular demands or the features it happened to bring with it, Fortnite: Battle Royale's Halloween even is sticking around a good few weeks.
Epic Games Outlines The Plan To Have Fortnite: Battle Royale Run Better On Low-End Machines And Jutter Far Less
Fortnite: Battle Royale has been a massive success so far. A free alternative to PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, it isn't likely to overtake the reigning king thanks to its cartoony visuals, but its price point and far lower system requirements make it a great option for those not that sold on the genre. Epic Games want to make it run even better.