It appears that a bug allows traps to work through walls in Fortnite currently. A video posted by Reddit user mynameisdiehard is pretty conclusive, and multiple other users in the thread confirm it as well. Be careful while you’re sneaking around!
A few days ago, Fortnite streamer Ben “DrLupo” Lupo found himself in a situation that’s become regrettably common on Twitch. A subscriber called him “cancer.” He banned them, but with a caveat: if they wrote an apology letter, they could come back.
It’s a muggy, sleepy summer here in video game land, but esports does not rest. This weekend brings us a packed lineup of Smash, League, Heroes, and Fortnite, as well as multiple PUBG and Rocket League tournaments.
The Keemstar vs Fortnite saga continues. Today Keem protested Epic’s Fortnite Summer Skirmish with a campaign to get Minecraft more Twitch viewers. Keem said that it might be a “big fail,” and it kinda was. While Keem’s chat yelled at him for playing wrong, Minecraft peaked at over 20,000. Fortnite had 230,000. It was…
The last major gaming platform without Fortnite: Battle Royale will get an invite-only beta version of the ultra-popular multiplayer shooter starting today. It’s just not coming to every Android user yet.
Lil Yachty isn’t the most conventional rapper, but he can rap. Of this there is no doubt. Can the 20-year-old star play Fortnite, though? Not well, say his Twitch followers. Not well.
Fortnite’s patch 5.20 is out. It brings a new weapon, the double barrel shotgun; rebalanced vending machines; and a new limited time mode, Steady Storm, in which the storm never stops moving. Check out the full patch notes to see all the changes.
For most streamers, “making it” on Twitch is a painstakingly slow process, a years-long grind that reduces even iron resolves to rubble. And while there’s no doubting that Ali “Myth” Kabbani worked hard, he reached the top of the mountain on a, well, accelerated time scale.
Fortnite streamer Reverse2k won big in last night’s Summer Skirmish, a weekly tournament that Epic is running all summer, but the real prize was an emotional call from a dad.
Epic Games has confirmed that when Fortnite Battle Royale releases on Android phones it won’t be sold through the Google Play store. In an email to The Verge, CEO Tim Sweeney said this was in part to avoid the 30% cut Google takes on in-app purchases for games sold through its storefront.
Fortnite’s new update is now live, bringing back a nerfed Guided Missile and Jetpacks in a new limited time mode aptly titled “Fly Explosives.” Both are also now available in Playground Mode. Slurp Juice is also back after last week’s update broke it. I had some this morning. It was good.
Our time on this planet is limited, but please spend a moment of it feasting on the internet’s latest abomination.
Reddit user WintrrShadow has memorialized the the recent map and gear changes in Fortnite by editing a video to the style and tone of the final scene of Furious 7.
Fun: riding a guided missile right into some unsuspecting goon’s face. Not fun: being the unsuspecting goon whose face eats said missile. This simple and universal truth handily illustrates the problem with Fortnite’s guided missiles, which were yanked in April. Today, Epic announced that they’re finally coming back.
Last week in Fortnite, an in-game rescue attempt to help a trapped player went awry. The incident achieved near-memetic status, and Epic added a tombstone into the game commemorating the fallen player. Now, players hold mock funerals, and they’re going just as poorly as the bungled rescue.
Fortnite’s latest update has made the skill of building forts or any other structures less relevant to success, leaving some players to lament that the thing that makes Fortnite’s unique is slowly disappearing.
Fortnite’s newly improved Slurp Juice—basically a healing potion—has been temporarily removed from the game after players discovered an animation bug that let them run around with full health and boosts.
Remember that daring, failed rescue attempt in Fortnite from last week? Well Epic has added a tribute to it to the game, as well as a way to prevent other battle royale-ers from meeting the same fate.
Fortnite turns one year old today and gets a ton of changes by way of the v5.10 update. In addition to a new SMG and a bunch of balance tweaks, it also adds a limited time birthday event complete with special challenges and slices of cake littered across the map.
Today on Highlight Reel we have fantastic shots, terrifying glitch eyes, Dark Souls moments, and much more.