Fortnite Has Received a Battle Royale Mode


[Credits: Epic Games]

Epic Games hasn’t been shy while working on their upcoming free-to-play title Fornite, which is currently only playable for those whom have purchased into the Early Access. During its development cycle to this point, the game has seen a continuous flow of content updates, bug fixes, and adjustments to the games overall mechanics.

The latest content update brings in a newly formed mode called Battle Royale, which drops 100 players onto one giant map, and sends them off to fight off against 99 others in this ultimate death match mode. Just like other titles of the genre, players are thrown into the match with only one objective: Find weapons, take out enemies, and build what you must in order to survive.

For those of you looking to get your hands on Fortnite and get into this Battle Royale mode, you can pick it up now for 25% off the Standard and Deluxe Founder’s packs until Sept. 18th. After that, the game will return to its normal price. If you’re playing on the public test for the Battle Royale mode, you can play it from now until its official release on Sept. 26th.

Today, Epic Games announced Fortnite Battle Royale, an all-new PvP mode coming to the action-building game Fortnite on Sept. 26, available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, and Mac. Fortnite Battle Royale drops 100 players onto one giant map where their combat and building skills will be put to the test and the last commander standing wins!

Fortnite will also be available on discount this week at 25% off the Standard and Deluxe Founder’s Packs. The price discount runs through Sept. 18. Anyone who owns Fortnite can immediately play Battle Royale in the special Public Test for Fortnite Players that runs now until the launch on Sept. 26.

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