Fortnite

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Fortnite
FortniteLogo.svg
GenresSurvival, battle royale
DevelopersEpic Games
PublishersEpic Games
PlatformsWindows, macOS, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, iOS, Android and PS Vita

Fortnite Battle Royale is a third person shooter survival game where the player has to survive against 99 other players. The player can build forts and collect weapons on the way. The main game also has a mode called Fortnite Save The World, which is also available as a separate game. The game can be played on iOS, Android, Nintendo Switch, Windows, PS4 and Xbox One.

Save The World[change | change source]

98% of the world population was wiped out by storm and some turned into monsters called husks, which are like zombies. You start of inside the storm running away from husk until you find a satellite tower and somehow open the big iron doors with the symbol of V-bucks, the in-game currency.

Game modes[change | change source]

Battle Royale[change | change source]

The most popular version of the game is called Fortnite Battle Royale. 100 but not always 100 players compete players compete with each other to fight to the death. Players start with 100 health, but you can find shield to consume for a max of 200 health and shield (or 100/100). Players lose health and shield if they get shot by weapons, if they fall from too high a spot, or die a slow death in the storm. If the player loses all their health, they will lose. In Fortnite, you can find all kinds of weapons right from pistols to boogie bombs to rocket launchers. And weapons can be obtained throughout the game by grabbing loots, opening chests, supply drops and looting enemies and eliminated players etc.[1] The winner of the match is the one who is the last survivor.

There are 22 named locations, some of the most popular being Tilted Towers, Paradise Palms and Salty Springs. You get to said locations via skydiving from the battle bus[2] The battle bus goes in a straight line over the map, but the path is not always the same.

Save the World[change | change source]

Fortnite: Save the World is another version of the game. It was released for users who paid for early access to the game. It is expected that this version of the game will be released in 2019.

Instead of players killing each other, players have to cooperate with other players to complete various missions. Four players cooperate towards a single goal that they both need to achieve in order to survive. There are 4 main named locations. You unlock a new one the more your power bar increases.These four locations are called(in the order that you go by): Stonewood, Plankerton, Canny Valley and the new Twine Peaks.

Creative[change | change source]

Creative mode allows the building of anything you can think of. Players can copy and paste different objects from the Battle Royale genre. They can rotate and enlarge them to any way they want and explore the community built maps from other people.

Cosmetics[change | change source]

Fortnite Battle Royale does have cosmetics. Cosmetics are items/skins that do not have give the player any advantages in the game like pickaxes, dances, skins and more. Cosmetic items can be bought by the use of V-Bucks.

References[change | change source]

  1. "Fortnite Guide".
  2. Chandler, Sam (2018-08-24). "How to say thank you to the bus driver in Fortnite". Shack News. Retrieved 2018-12-18.

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