Fortnite Battle Royale wasn't always meant to be free-to-play

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"Fortnite Mobile" has not fully opened its doors to all players yet, with Epic Games launching the game just for iOS devices, and with the first version being an invite-only exclusive, too. All the kids out there, you can't just drop everything and focus on playing video games for a living.

"So just the accessibility and how friendly the game is ... they're just hitting every single mark perfectly", Blevins said, in praise of Fortnite.

Developers want to make Fortnite a game that not only is easy to pick up and play but also has improved functionality to stream and make highlights from clutch plays.

According to analytics from SuperData Research, last month PUBG raked in $103 million in sales, while the free-to-play Fortnite soaked up 126 million gaming dollars.

It's nearly time for another Fortnite new shotgun controversy, as the heavy shotgun is making its way into Battle Royale with today's 3.3.1 update.

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Did Epic consider making Fortnite Battle Royale an eSports play to boost its appeal?

Pornhub Insights said that after a slow start, Fortnite searches on Pornhub "steadily gained ground over the last several months to become one of our top video game related search terms". Only time will tell.

"It was one of those things where, if I was doing well in school, putting in the time and effort there, in soccer as well, that I would be rewarded with playing as many games as I wanted". But for now, Epic clearly has a victor on its hands. A massive storm has killed the majority of humanity and scores of zombie-like creatures are looking for a meal, aka people. Because Save the World is still in paid early access, that means Battle Royale could have been stuck behind a $40 wall, which might have slowed its growth significantly.

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. The game, made by Epic Games, is surging online.

It would also help players get better at the game if they're able to see replays of how they died in a match. This minor change has allowed Fortnite to grow in leaps and bounds in comparison to its competitors.

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