Last month, when Fortnite Battle Royale dropped its fantastic new map, it was marred by one tall, gray blemish: The Tilted Towers. Yes, I am tilted over the Tilted Towers. Laugh it up.
Today on Highlight Reel we have dramatic turns, stylish monster hunter kills, and much more!
It’s not every day you get to see a battle royale match come down to the wire.
Last weekend, the cartoonish battle royale game Fortnite hit 3.4 million concurrent users across all platforms. Before that, Chance the Rapper was begging Epic Games for a Switch port. And this week alone, we’ve gotten two hefty updates from the development team detailing new tweaks, item/weapon additions, and…
Yesterday, partnered Twitch streamer and Fortnite pro Jordan “Scubby” Selleck said on a stream that if anyone he knew threatened suicide, “I would dare them to do it, and then I would never talk to them again.” (The topic came up after another Twitch streamer said she had been having suicidal ideations.) Scubby also…
Today on Highlight Reel we have Monster Hunter clips, suggestive Battlegrounds glitches, NHL celebrations, and much more!
When I was in high school, I was an expert in pretending to pay attention. I used to read Spin Magazine in my math textbook because it was basically the same size as the book. I also occasionally texted under my desk, and a few of my friends memorized their phone’s keyboard so they could text in their pockets. Kids…
Today on Highlight Reel we have flying ships, flying rocks, flying cars, and much more!
This morning, Epic Games remodeled Fortnite: Battle Royale’s map, an island death zone masked with lush greenery and quaint little towns. The updated map includes a half dozen new points of interest that are joyful to play, and also, boost the pace of each game.
Yesterday a representative for Epic Games’ online battle arena Paragon posted a message on Reddit casting the future of the game in doubt. Today, on the Unreal Tournament forums, fans are worrying over the fate of the latest installment of that beloved series. Both games share a common problem: the runaway success of Fortnite Battle…
When Epic Games originally announced a Battle Royale mode for its co-op zombie survival game Fortnite, the internet seemed skeptical. Battlegrounds had already taken over the world, so it was easy for Fortnite: Battle Royale to look like a trend-chasing copycat. Months later, the studio’s enormous player base seems to…
A few days ago, Fortnite players discovered a glitch in the Fatal Fields area of the map that allowed them to slip under the game world and blast everyone else with impunity.
Battlegrounds may have sparked the current Battle Royale trend, but these days, I’d much rather log into Fortnite. Over the last few months, developer Epic Games have crafted a game with a unique identity, if not a better one.
Fortnite Battle Royale got a holiday update today that adds grenades which force enemies to dance after exploding. Yes you read that right. “When boogie dancing, you are prevented from building, firing weapons, or using items,” the rest of the description explains. A “High Explosives” event begins on December 28.
Fortnite Battle Royale just got a 50 vs. 50 mode that’s everything I ever wanted a neighborhood game of Cops and Robbers to be. It encourages a hive-mind approach to a battle royale game that works surprisingly well.
Today on Highlight Reel we have Rainbow Six plays, stealthy hippos, a frozen Link and much more!
Fortnite just launched its 50v50 mode, which is going to make in-game construction a lot more interesting.
On Sunday, we ran a story about a 14 year-old Fortnite player being taken to court by Epic. We first reported that he was one of an original two alleged cheats; he is in fact among a larger group of players also being sued by the company. The story has been updated to reflect this. We apologise for the error.