Fortnite Meteors Are Finally Hitting (And Doing Damage) In Battle Royale

Fortnite Meteors Are Finally Hitting (And Doing Damage) In Battle Royale

Telescopes were places in game with which to watch them fall, and now we have even more signs pointing to their imminent arrival.

Epic are claiming "the same principle applies here to the same result", as they say the defendant continued to play Fortnite even after the alleged cheating.

At the time of writing, there is no official word on when Season 4 will begin, with week 10 of season 3 just getting underway.

What's most interesting to note here is that there seems to be more going on with the game's Save the World mode, rather than the much more popular Battle Royale mode.

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Fortnite, the popular game from Epic Games, has proven itself to be king of the battle royale genre in terms of active player count, but according to new information from market intelligence company SuperData it's also the largest free-to-play console game ever in terms of revenue and monthly player count.

Whatever Epic decides, Fortnite fans shouldn't have to wait too much longer to find out more about season 4. The week of May 7th, 2018 to be exact. LeakyPandy suggests that Fortnite's Battle Royale mode will come with "no substantial differences" and will support cross-platform play.

Over the past few weeks, one of the biggest mysteries for Fortnite players has been the increasingly prominent presence of a number of comets in the sky which appear to be heading for the game's Tilted Towers. Time to give us some definitive details, Epic!

We suspect that the Fortnite Season 4 Theme of superheroes will mean new awesome costumes to equip and various other items to unlock or purchase. That seems to be the case, and with all of the hype now surrounding the premiere of Avengers: Infinity War, it makes a lot of sense that Epic would go with a superhero theme.

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