Fornite Battle Royale seems to be growing in popularity every day and the new mobile version for iOS and Android has created an interesting situation for the younger players. A teacher going by the name Mr. Hillman sent a request to Epic Games asking them to warn players about playing Fortnite mobile in class, seemingly as just a joke. Epic responded by actually adding a warning to the loading screen.
Dexerto reported that Mr. Hillman took to Reddit to make a plea to Epic with the following message:
“First, I love your game. My friends from college and I play pretty much every night. One problem, since mobile came out my students won’t stop playing in class. Idk if it’s possible, but I told them I’d write you and they didn’t believe me. Could you add this to the loading screen for a couple days to mess with them? ‘Mr. Hillman says stop playing in class.’”
Epic Games responded quickly and the community manager shared a tweet showing off the new live loading screen with a special message:
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