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Forget about ‘Fortnite’ — the new ‘Call of Duty’ makes 6 brilliant changes to the Battle Royale formula
The latest "Call of Duty" has a huge new Battle Royale mode, dubbed "Blackout." It makes some smart new additions to the Battle Royale formula that "Fortnite" could learn from.
In response to the smashing success of "Fortnite" and "PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds," the world's biggest shooter franchise just added a Battle Royale mode. And it's surprisingly great!
‘Fortnite’ is getting a new mode for the most competitive players, as it builds towards a $1.1 million showdown
Competitive "Fortnite" continues to grow, and Epic Games has promised more than $100 million in prize money for the 2018-19 season.
‘Fortnite’ on Android is now available to everyone — here’s how to download the game, and a list of all of the devices that su...
"Fortnite" arrived on Android earlier this year, but you had to request an invitation to get in. Now, the game is open to everyone on Android — as long as you have a supported device!
Yes, a lot of people are playing "Fortnite." So, so, so many people.
In a surprise move, Nintendo is letting "Fortnite" players continue to play online on the Nintendo Switch — even though Nintendo's new online service specifically locks away online play.
‘Call of Duty’ reveals the full map for its battle royale game mode inspired by ‘Fortnite’ — and PlayStation 4 owners wi...
Private beta tests for Blackout, the new battle royale mode, will be available to players who pre-ordered starting September 10.
Sony refuses to allow ‘Fortnite’ players on PS4 to play with other platforms: ‘Our way of thinking is always that PlayStation is the...
Despite "Fortnite" being the most popular game in the world, and despite the fact that it's playable across every other platform, Sony won't let PS4 "Fortnite" players play with competing game consoles.
"Fortnite" continues to be a really big deal. The latest example: A chain of fitness clubs in the UK now offers a "Fortnite" dance class for kids and teens.
‘Fortnite’ on Android had a critical security flaw that wouldn’t have happened if the game was released on Google Play
By skipping Google's Play Store, Epic Games introduced a critical security flaw to "Fortnite" on Android.