Things aren't looking good for Epic's MOBA, but it's not Para-gone just yet.
Starting tomorrow it's literally a whole new world full of new territory to explore.
Fortnite Battle Royale has just wrapped up its first 100 days and has reached a big milestone ahead of its next big update.
Epic has not been shy about cashing in on the popularity of
Talking pinatas with bellies full of loot offered Fortnite players a smashing good time this year.
Epic Games is thinking bigger with Fortnite Battle Royale for the next ten days.
In addition to some new visual upgrades for Xbox One X owners, Fortnite is adding in some new goodies for Battle Royale players.
Don't try and go through that pesky trap. Go over it, thanks to a new addition set to hit Fortnite this week.
The Save The World and Battle Royale modes are in haunting moods and Epic is using the spooky event to introduce major new features to their survival shooter.
Previous statements from Epic weren't just threats, it seems.
The competitive survival mode alone has amassed more than what the full Fortnite experience pulled in earlier this month.
The tense competitive survival mode also reached 3.7 million daily active users.
The free-to-play mode will be no breeding ground for cheaters as the development team seeks to get a handle on things early.
Fortnite hits another major milestone and does so quickly.
Epic lays out the blueprint for the new Battle Royale mode going forward.
Looks like the circle is closing in on the games that are trying to copy PUBG's style.
Epic has decided to unlock the Battle Royale mode for all platforms next week.
Check your emails, Paragon players, as Epic is reaching out to players of their MOBA to give them an opportunity to test out
Some Xbox Live Gamertags were spotting in PS4 matches and things are getting interesting.