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Fortnite, Epic Games cited again in dispute

Fortnite and Epic Games find themselves with a new cause in their hands. The musician Leo Pellegrino cites Epic Games for having "stolen" his step with the sax, a step that you can see in ...
More than 1000 accounts banned during qualifications

Besides 1000 accounts banned during the Fortnite World Cup

While the Fortnite World Cup Qualifiers are in full swing, Epic has announced that it has banned more than 1000 accounts for misconduct. In an official statement, the ...

Epic Games eliminates a suicide scene recreated by a Fortnite user

A user recreated a scene of a suicide in Fortnite's Neighborhood mode, but Epic Games removed it after some reports.
Fortnite will add the Respawn Van

Fortnite will add the Reboot Van

Leaked during a stream and then confirmed by the developers themselves in the video you find at the bottom of the article, the Reboot Van will make its appearance on the battlefields from the next update. A new mechanic is therefore added to ...

Fortnite, the famous Ninja streamer loses the game and consequently the stirrups

The famous Ninja streamer, after losing a game right away, unleashed his frustration on opponents and teammates.
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Fortnite, in China comes the limit of three consecutive hours of play

A user on Reddit has reported that in China, after three consecutive hours of play, Fortnite missions are deactivated.
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Fortnite: Epic removes the crossplay between Nintendo Switch and other consoles

In the past few hours with the release of Fortnite's 8.10 patch, Epic Games has officially removed the possibility of crossplaying between Nintendo Switch and other consoles: Xbox One and PS4. Starting from...

French guy throws the controller to his son after losing to Fortnite: 3 years ...

The French newspaper "La voix du nord" reported the news of a French boy of 24 years that, following a defeat on Fortnite, got angry and threw the controller against ...

The 2020 Call of Duty will be developed again by Treyarch

In the past few hours Kotaku has reported interesting news regarding the 2020 Call of Duty, which apparently will be developed again by Treyarch. While...

Electronic Arts shows the most realistic hair ever thanks to ...

Electronic Arts presented an updated version of its Frostbite graphics engine with a video showing how hair is made.

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