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.
Epic pulls double duty ahead of its new map release.
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Live now in Battle Royale, alongside a new limited time mode till the 8th of January.
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.
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.
Without looking at the stats, we can imagine Fortnite: Battle Royale is doing far better than the 'Save the World' format Fortnite launched with just a few short months ago. Even with the Battle Royale mode being fresh out of the gate, it won't skip out on the Halloween festivities.
Offered up swiftly as a free-to-play competitor to the reigning king of Battle Royale games, Fortnite: Battle Royale has given PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds a run for its money without actually costing any to play.