Epic Games celebrating Fortnite's one-year anniversary

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"Battle Royale", a multi-player shooter game, has attracted millions of players around the world.

Analysis company SuperData Research produced the report, which charts the game's incredible revenue growth since October past year.

Week 2 of the Fortnite Summer Skirmish Series saw a much different format than Week 1, as each of the competing players played 10 public matches.

Epic Games has changed things up with the Summer Skirmish this week including a revamped scoring system.

"Scheduled maintenance is planned for tomorrow, July 19".

Fortnite rose to an incredible degree of popularity thanks to its battle royale mode, which was originally launched back in September before being spun off into a standalone game.

In case you haven't heard, Fortnite is one of the biggest games in the videogame world right now. First, Battle Royale will see the release of a new three-part challenge starting July 24. Anyone that wants to is able to download Fortnite battle royal on their console, PC, or IOS device whenever they want since it costs $0. Oddest of the Odd has started a GoFundMe page with the goal of reaching $50,000 where all the proceeds will go straight to the Child's Play Charity, an organization that donates games, toys, and more to children's hospitals around the world. "Video games are a great escape from whatever current situation they're in".

Epic has addressed numerous problems that plagued the first week and kickoff of the Fortnite Summer Skirmish event, stating "it did not go as planned".

"In the 2018 - 2019 season, Epic Games will provide $100,000,000 to fund prize pools for Fortnite competitions".

Fortnite fans should expect an announcement from Epic Thursday about the event if it does take place on Friday. If you're new to the game, this means that you can score some extra XP and Battle Stars for successfully completing specific objectives in-game. When the game first released, the team wasn't sure they'd even have enough players to properly run the game, and now look at them.

Games with a "Royal battle" in the lead viewed on all platforms.

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