Fortnite remains popular

| April 23, 2018

By Bralynn Sampson | Graphic by Axel Meza |

Fortnite mobile is being excessively played, and once it became mobile accessible it made $1.3 million dollars in 3 days, and $126 million in one month.

This surpassed its Player Unknown Battlegrounds (PUBG) revenue.

Nearly three times as many students prefer Fortnite to PUBG. Graphic by Axel Meza

So what makes this game so addicting?

Designed by Darren Sugg, this is a simple game that involves 100 players against one another on a deserted island, and the last person standing wins.

The playful graphics of this game make it kid friendly; reaching a wider audience, this game can be used on various different systems such as Microsoft Windows, MacOS, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

With the game being extremely exclusive, and only accessible with request and invite on the mobile version, and profit is amazing, even with not having an Android version available.

Shomari Donaldson who has been playing Fortnite for about a week now says his only goal in life is to get a solo victory.

“You see everyone else getting like solo victories it makes you want one,” he stated he would not give up after just one solo victory though, “I need like 10, I’m playing to be the best.”

Donaldson says the game is so addicting because the competition between friends. You can play a dual battle, squad battle, or a solo battle.

Category: Entertainment

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