Fortnite Battle Royale Tops 10 Million Players Since Launch
Epic Games’ free to play Fortnite Battle Royale, which permits gamers to compete solo or as a crew in a 100 individual PvP combat for survival, has been doing fairly nicely for itself. Along with having three.7 million energetic customers and 525,000 peak concurrent gamers on October eighth, the developer revealed that the overall participant base has hit 10 million gamers since launch.
Once once more, given how the mode has been out for less than two weeks (having launched on September 26th), that’s fairly darn good. As a free to play mode accessible on Xbox One, PS4 and PC, this will not be as spectacular because the over 15 million paid gamers that PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is reported to have. But it’s nonetheless very, very spectacular.
Fortnite itself has additionally been fairly nicely since launching regardless of requiring paid entry to its beta. It’s bought 7 million copies until now and has no indicators of slowing down, particularly with Horde Bash releasing final week.