Fortnite Battle Royale is constantly adding new items, weapons, vehicles and locations. The latest? The Sneaky Snowman.
The winter-themed map has a lot of Snowmen hanging around it. Now you can disguise yourself as one and sneak up on folks.
Snowmen can't build or use weapons, but they can throw snowballs and act as a free 100 shield. When you switch to another item, the Snowman disguise will fall.
Players who love disguising themselves as an in-game bush (aka Bushwookies) will likely have a ball! Read the rest
The Fortnite Durr Burger onesie is available for pre-order.
Epic Games has opened a merch store, they call it Retail Row.
Funk Ops is my spirit animal. Read the rest
Jimmy Kimmel can be kind of a dick. You may remember that he's had parents lie to their kids, saying that they stole and ate all their Halloween candy -- all caught on camera, of course. That gag's been running for a few years now. Well, he's got a new prank. This time he's got parents unplugging the TV when their kids are playing the video game Fortnite. As you'll see, like with the "missing" candy bit, the kids don't take too kindly to it. Read the rest
Happy Holidays on the Island! Looks like a mad army of insane snowpeople are on the loose!
...and the ominous "Ho! Ho! Ho!" Read the rest
Fortnite Battle Royale's Season 7 will feature Fortnite Creative, where players get Mark Zuckerberg's dream... their own private Island. Read the rest
Part of what makes Fortnite's Battle Royale mode the most popular video game ever is the never-ending stream of meta changing physics, tools, weapons and map changes. Streamer Ali A finds a way to glitch his camera out to an ominous approaching iceberg. Read the rest
In what feels like the one billionth installment of We Can't Have Nice Things, some pervy asshole's been creeping on Fortnite-playing minors. Over the past few weeks, according to police from the Quebec, Canada area, a number of parents have stepped forward to complain that their kids were asked, in-game and via Instagram, to fire over nude photos of themselves. The payoff: ways and means of advancing their in-game prowess. Once the prick had their hands on the pics, the kid that sent them would be threatened: send more or the ones that the pederast already had would be plastered all over the internet.
From The CBC:
Four cases have been reported in the past few weeks, according to police.
In three of those cases, minors were threatened, and in one, the victim sent personal photos to the cyber-predator.
Sgt. Jean-Luc Tremblay with the Richelieu Saint-Laurent police said the predator, or predators, tried to infiltrate groups of friends by offering them a chance to advance their game in exchange for providing revealing photos.
Police are working with school boards in the area to disseminate information about the sextortion.
Being a kid is already difficult enough without having to endure this kind of horse shit. Parents need to be on their guard and kids need to be educated in how to avoid these greasy shits online. It's a mantra that too many people have had to type too many times.
Hopefully, those responsible will have left enough digital breadcrumbs to be tracked down and dealt with--quickly. Read the rest
Player 'Rizart' eliminated 35% of a solos lobby! Blasting through the previous record of 32 players eliminated, this video shows amazing skill!
The Dark Bomber skin with the creepy jack-o-lantern rocket launcher is great. Read the rest
Zombies, the pumpkin launcher, a new fan firing six-gun, and our old friend the crossbow all make appearances in this trailer for Fortnite's "Fortnitemares" Halloween celebration.
I can not wait to play.
In Season Three the hardest damn challenge, over all 10 weeks, was to get a crossbow kill. Bringing that thing out of the vault is pretty cruel, but maybe they've improved it. I can see how a fan firing Colt Peacemaker type revolver would be a lot more fun than the former Fortnite revolver. That thing was a piece of junk and belongs in the vault.
My Xbox is updating now. Read the rest
The new record for most eliminations in a single match by a squad is now 61. Watch Fortitude_Fqrbes, Nexjs, tactjc, and TTV NadeXC take down most of the lobby.
There is a lot of swearing, as there should be. Read the rest
While older players do frequently get confused, we've been having a lot of fun on the Fortnite Over Forty discord.
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This quick trailer from Epic sets up Season 6, darkness may rise but silliness will reign.
The Battle Pass looks great. Little Red Riding Hood, the gliders and pets will be fun to earn!
I haven't been able to play, my little Xbox is struggling to download the giant 10GB update and I understand there are crashing issues. Life on the Island, I guess.
If you would like to play Fortnite with folks who will get your A-Team jokes, there is Fortnite Over Forty, a discord set up for aging FPS enthusiasts. Read the rest
Finding a Fortnite squad of 'mature' players who have been around the block, if not The Island, a few times can be tough. Here is a discord for Fortnite players over the age of forty. Read the rest
Fortnite Season 6 is almost upon us! What the heck is going on, on the island... Read the rest
A 45-year-old man from New York had been playing Fortnight with an 11-year-old boy for months. He then allegedly threatened to shoot the boy, possibly at school, via texts and voice mail through his Xbox, when he lost the game.
According to USA Today:
Michael Aliperti of Huntington, N.Y., is accused of threatening to shoot the 11-year-old, possibly at school.
Aliperti faces a second-degree aggravated harassment charge and a charge of acting in a manner to injure a child, police say.
Stuart Cameron, chief of the Suffolk County Police Department, said Aliperti was introduced to the 11-year-old by other kids playing the game, and they had been playing 'Fortnite' over the course of several months.
Aliperti was released on $10,000 bond after pleading not guilty.
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Having been married, and having played Fortnite, Fortnite has an awful lot going for it.
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The cause of marital discontent may be shifting in 2018, as the viral online video game Fortnite sweeps the globe. According to a new report from Divorce Online, a UK site offering information and services to people who are uncoupling, 200 divorce petitions filed in the UK since the start of this year cited Fortnite as a reason for the separation.
“These numbers equate to roughly 5% of the 4,665 petitions we have handled since the beginning of the year and as one of the largest filers of divorce petitions in the UK, is a pretty good indicator,” said a Divorce Online spokesperson in the report.
Nothing lets guests know what you expect from a party like a giant inflatable Fortnite Battle Bus.
My brother has bought his own bounce house, and his kids love him for it. I am not sure that buying this huge replica of the Battle Bus will work in the same way.
You can't bounce on it, you probably shouldn't jump on it, and you'll likely have more fun with a Llama Piñata, but...
Thats one huge inflatable Battle Bus.
Interestingly, the bus is cheaper via Amazon than Spirit direct.
Spirit Halloween Fortnite 17.5 Ft Battle Bus Inflatable via Amazon Read the rest