Fortnite's New Blitz Mode Is Changing, Here's How

Mar 21, 2018, 07:55
Fortnite's New Blitz Mode Is Changing, Here's How

According to Sensor Tower, even as an invite-only mobile preview, Epic Games managed to pull in a whopping $1.5 million over the first four days after release for IAPs which consist exclusively of cosmetic changes.

Fortnite is available now in early access on iOS devices, PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

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On the Epic Games website it says 'We expect to rollout Android in the next few months'. You can play with auto-filled squads, but it's a lot better to play with people you know.

The new limited time mode offers much faster matches compared to the typical Fortnite Battle Royale mode with a 15-minute time limit in place and increased resource gain, but Epic Games said that the initial increase in the resource gain rate was "a bit too abundant". New data from Sensor Tower indicates that Fortnite gamers spent over $1.5 million on those in-app purchases...

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The app launched at the tail end of last week but topped the iOS charts in 47 countries less than 24 hours after launch and ranking within the top 10 in 58 countries. Since the beginning of the match, the circle is already formed, and the shrinking countdown begins as soon as you hit the ground. That would certainly be helpful in bridging the gap between the mobile version and the console ones as cross-play between them is available. The idea is to get away from relying entirely on player reports and shying away from the term "toxicity", looking instead to more palpable solutions that players can actually see and vote on through game design decisions. If you don't receive an invite right away, don't worry, Epic will get round to you eventually over the coming months.

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