Fortnite is a free-to-play battle royale game released in 2017. Since then, it's made such an impact that the dances from the game are regularly performed by celebrities and athletes. The setup is a standard Battle Royale: a hundred players ride the Battle Bus, jump onto the map, look for weapons and supplies, fight other players, and try to be the last player standing. You can play alone, in pairs, or a 4-player squad.
Unlike battles in PUGB that are slow, tactical, and focused mostly on accuracy, battles in Fortnite are chaotic, fun, and they can end in a blink of an eye. Building is also a feature that is unique to Fortnite. You destroy the environment with your weapons, pick up the materials and build structures to protect yourself or to get to places you can't reach otherwise.
The whole system looks daunting at first but you'll soon notice that Fortnite keeps things extremely simple. You'll probably take a game or two to familiarize yourself with the game. The game doesn't offer multiple maps but the one that exists is often changed and updated. It's difficult to portray everything about the huge Fortnite world: skins, characters, special items, and special areas on the map. New updates have also brought some new game modes: Save the World (PvE mode where you complete missions) and Creative (sandbox game mode, similar to Minecraft). You'll just have to try that out for yourself!
Reviewed by Vedin Klovo
(editor rating 5 out of 5 stars
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Battle royale games have taken the world by storm a couple of years ago and they remained one of the most popular games currently played around the world. When it comes to absolute leaders on the market, it's PUBG and Fortnite. You can hardly find anyone who loves gaming that hasn't played at least one of these games. Let's check out Fortnite for PC!