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Will Fortnite take over the world?

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Will Fortnite take over the world?

The question is, are you ready for it? Because it might be happening sooner than you think. Fortnite is a famous battle royale shooter game released on July 21st, 2017 and it has gotten tons of different updates since then and has grown a big community all around the world.

Most people who have any type of console or PC have played Fortnite at least once and have gotten addicted to it.

During that time of COVID the number of players that have been on Fortnite hasn’t dropped. The Fortnite community has grown a ton and is still growing as we speak, it has tons of things to do involving battle royale, creative with tons of choices of what game you want to play made by the community, and save the world that has died late 2019. Fortnite has become a go-play game with friends and has beaten other rival battle royale games such as Apex, Pubg, and Warzone so far.

Kid in Iowa in hospital after believing he can build after jumping off a building

You heard that right, a kid in Iowa on June 22nd, 2023  believed that he could build a “launch pad” before he fell to break his fall. The kid’s last words were “Yeah bro, I can do this” and guess what, he couldn’t do it. Both of the kid’s parents say the game needs to be stopped and deleted before it hurts or ruins anyone else. Fortnite every day is getting more victims every second as the days go and one Fortnite player thought Fortnite was genuine and claimed he signed up for it. Most Fortnite player’s parents claim that they never see their kids leave the room and they never go outside at all and just decide to play Fortnite all day.

There are many stories of Fortnite players going rogue after their 5th lost game in a row, they are usually seen raging in their room and yelling at others online. People avoid this by playing with good friends or just getting off for 20 minutes and then getting back on for another 5 hours or more. Parents believe that their kids are in “Fortnite cults” after their kid claims they are in the “Yessquad” or the “young money clan” They say their kids meet up online (not ever in person) to discuss how to take down their rivals. Parents also hate Fortnite because of the amount of “trash talkers” on Fortnite, their parents claim that they tried a game online and the kid who killed them calls them “dog water” and others they choose not to say.

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