Fortnite: Battle Royale is hosting a special Travis Scott event, called Astronomical, to help launch a new song from the rapper. He’ll be releasing a new track in-game as part of an other-worldly experience that was built from the ground up in Fortnite. It’s set to run at specific times between April 23-25, and not only will you catch the new song, but players can pick up some Fortnite in-game loot as well. Read more for a livestream and the concert times.
It’s official, Deadpool has crashed Fortnite, and here’s how to get it: after launching the refreshed battle pass menu, click the vent above the challenges table in the middle, and you’ll be ready to start the secret Fortnite Deadpool challenges. Once that’s done, click the computer on the right and players will be presented with some hidden challenges. Read more for two videos and additional information.
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Fortnite players, including high-profile streamers, had some trouble logging into the game today during Epic Games live Star Wars event, but eventually, after a 10-minute delay, everything kicked off without a hitch. The Millennium Falcon soared above the Fortnite island, chased by First Order TIE Fighters before landing shortly after where FN-143 emerged. Read more for the full replay in case you missed out.
You may have heard about the Epic Games’ Fortnite x Star Wars crossover, but for those who just don’t have the in-game currency to spare, here’s how to get a free Tie-Fighter Whisper glider today. In addition to the Stormtrooper, Rey, Finn, and even Sith Trooper skins, this collaboration also adds and Lightsaber pickaxes, and more. Read more for a video and additional information.
Epic Games announced on Dec. 7 that Fortnite’s drive-in theater, Risky Reels, will premiere a scene from Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker this weekend, on Dec. 14, at 2:00 PM EST, and director J.J. Abrams will also make an appearance, with doors opening at 1:30 PM. However, fans of the movie and game can put their V-Bucks to good use starting tonight. Read more to see the new Rey, Finn and Sith Trooper Fortnite skins.
Ever since PubG and Fortnite took off, there have been countless other battle royale games released, but LIGHTNITE is the first to put a Bitcoin twist on it. Put simply, it’s an online multiplayer battle royale game where every specific digital interaction between players triggers a monetary reward or penalty. Players earn Bitcoin by simply shooting their opponents and lose the cryptocurrency when they get shot. Read more for a teaser video and additional information.
The Fortnite season 10 finale saw the original map being destroyed by a black hole, and without any clue as to what is coming next from Epic Games, that is until…this Chapter 2 trailer leaked. Twitter user Skintracker managed to get their hands on the early footage, and from what we can tell, it has a new medal system, which gives players additional ways to level up their character. Read more for the video and additional information.
The end of Fortnite Season 10 kicked off with a bang, literally. Epic Games let the fireworks fly once the countdown clocks struck zero. The new rocket built by the mysterious Visitor at Dusty Depot launched, which created a new rift in the sky and set off a chain reaction. Other rifts around the island began pulsating, and multiple rockets then emerged, zipping around the sky until they all converged before smashing into the “zero point” beneath the giant meteor, sucking it into the rift. Read more for a video to show exactly what happened and additional information.
Batman Day (September 21st) is almost here and to celebrate the Dark Knight’s 80 years as the World’s Greatest Detective, DC and Warner Bros. are lighting up the night skies by projecting the iconic Bat-Signal, as well as producing fan celebrations, in major cities around the world. However, a crossover event is also set to happen very soon in Fortnite. Read more for leaked gameplay footage and additional information.
Fortnite streamer Tyler “Ninja” Blevins has just been signed to an apparel deal with Adidas, making him the first pro gamer ever to score a sponsorship from the brand. This comes after he announced a partnership with Microsoft’s Mixer streaming platform, in which over 350,000 followers were gained overnight. He’s also partnered with Samsung for their Galaxy S10-exclusive K-pop Fortnite skin and emote. Read more for a video and additional information.