Fortnite Returns From The Dead
After Epic Games spread fear among its tens of millions of fans that the epic Fortnite may be over, the shoot ’em all before they shoot you battle royale has returned with “Chapter 2”. The reboot of the smash hit came just in time to stop fans moving to rivals Apex Legends and Call of Duty.
Fortnite, which has more than 250 million registered players globally, had been down since the weekend, giving them no option but to stare at a black screen after its island was sucked into a black hole.
The new version of the game features 13 new locations, water gameplay where characters can swim, fish and ride motorboats as well as new places to hide and a host of new avatars and guns.