Epic Games' massive free-to-play survival Battle Royale game "Fortnite" has overthrown "PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds" in terms of overall monthly players and revenue generated, market research company SuperData announced today. Yesterday's emergency broadcast [VIDEO] in "Fornite" got players excited for what was to come. Some cosmetics and other rewards are simply unlocked through playing the game as well, incentivizing high play times during the season as people try to gain experience and climb in level. The caption says, "Battle". What might be more of a surprise is that the meteors are destructive to both structures and players.
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Fortnite Season 4 is coming soon, and there are rumors that the game may make its way onto Nintendo Switch at some point in the near future as well. Telescopes were places in game with which to watch them fall, and now we have even more signs pointing to their imminent arrival.
Season 3 of Fortnite ends on April 30th, and it seems like that might be when we finally see a payoff for these teases, particularly as the most recent update added audio files to the game, found by dataminers, with names like "Meteor_Impact" and "Meteor_Distant_Explosion".
According to PCGamesN, the timing of the superhero image is flawless for the game since the new Avengers movie has been released.
Something that may delay the start of season 4 is its battle pass.