Fortnite from Epic Games first arrived on PC as an early access game in 2017. Featuring a mode called Save the World, players could jump online with a group of friends to collect resources, build structures, and defend against waves of zombie-like creatures called Husks. Fortnite then soared to popularity upon the release of its free-to-play mode, Battle Royale. It was a unique take on an already popularized and relatively fresh genre seen in games such as H1Z1, Arma 2, and PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds. Today, Fortnite: Battle Royale is a cultural phenomenon, being the most popular online video game in the US.

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Epic Games further nerfs Fortnite mechs: Are the B.R.U.T.E. vehicles fair now?

The B.R.U.T.E.'s rockets and mobility have been downgraded, as well as its ability to instantly harvest materials from destroyed structures.
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Turn up the heat in Fortnite with our season 10, week 4 hot spot challenge guide

Hot spot challenges make a return to Fortnite this week, and we're here to show you how to complete them without breaking a sweat.
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Fortnite millionaire’s mom threw his Xbox in the trash before World Cup

Like many kids his age, 15-year-old Jaden Ashman had many run-ins with his mom over the amount of time he spent on his Xbox playing Fortnite. But it all worked out, with Jaden winning big at the recent Fortnite World Cup.

Epic Games bans more than 1,000 cheaters in 1st week of Fortnite World Cup

Epic Games has already banned more than 1,000 cheaters in the Fortnite World Cup. The developer is taking cheating seriously, especially as players are competing for a $1 million prize pool in every week of the qualifiers.
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