The gist is that two teams will duke it out until the last team is standing, and the mode is available now.
During The Game Awards 2017, Epic Games revealed a new mode for Fortnite.
With "battle royale" games being all the rage in the past year, Fortnite: Battle Royale is upping the ante and giving players of the popular free-to-play standalone game a new mode to jump into starting tonight. Sadly, it's going to be cycled out it seems, as the mode is billed as a "limited time" addition through Sunday December 17.
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En outre, l'OSDH a rapporté hier que les jihadistes de l'EI ont été chassés de la stratégique rive occidentale de l'Euphrate par les troupes de Damas.
Fortnite Battle Royale has become a great, arcadey alternative to PUBG's plodding pace, reckons Samuel Horti and I couldn't agree more.
Epic Games also hinted at cross-play support potentially coming in the future. Additionally, the game hit a new milestone this past weekend, peaking at 1.3 million concurrent players. You can take a look at its trailer below.
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