As the court battle between Epic and Apple continues, more information on Epic's plans to escape the "walled garden" of app stores has come to light, including the company considering emulating Fortnite on Android devices to avoid paying Google.
Fortnite players have spent literally millions of dollars on V-Bucks, the in-app currency used for buying cosmetic upgrades. If you're a player or parent who's curious about the value of those V-Bucks, we've got it all covered right here!
The past few seasons of Fortnite have featured an overarching narrative featuring the Agent Jones character, and when Season 6 launches next week, players will be able to finish the story in a single-player mode.
If you already put a lot of time and money into Fortnite, you might be interested in the newly announced Fortnite Crew subscription, which includes Season Battle Passes, monthly V-Bucks, and cosmetic bundles.
Fortnite is one of the biggest games on the planet, and with next-gen consoles like the PS5 coming out later this year, players may be wondering if the hit battle royale is coming to PS5. Thankfully, they have nothing to worry about.
Fortnite's Party Royale Concert Series Spotlight kicks off this weekend with an exclusive live virtual concert from Dominic Fike performing tracks from his debut album "What Could Possibly Go Wrong" for the very first time.
With Google banning Fortnite for violating its policies, the app is no longer available on the Play Store. But if you're looking to play the game on your Android phone, there's an easy way to install Fortnite direct from Epic Games.