Fortnite has become quite a phenomenon since its launch and Epic Games has been supporting the game with new content, however, fans were disappointed with the removal of 50 vs 50 mode in December and now Epic Games has brought the Fortnite 50 vs 50 mode back.
However, this Fortnite 50 vs 50 mode will not be available forever and is a limited time event so you need to step up your game to fully enjoy the mode.
As the name suggests, instead of 100 players going against each other in free-for-all style match, players will be divided into two groups. Now, each group of 50 will have their own bus which will start from opposite ends from each other.
Speaking of the game, Fortnite has been very popular and seems like it has been so popular that school kids are using it as an insult.
A Reddit user posted an image of a disciplinary referral from his/her school. The note from the teacher reads ”During an argument at recess, Alex called another student a ”Rust Lord” upsetting the other student greatly. Please, Explain”.
For those who don’t know, “Rust Lord” is a low-level skin in the game which was available for free in the game’s Season 3.
However, Epic Games is not only focusing on Fortnite but, is also keeping its eyes on the new GPU techs in the market and Epic Games’ Tim Sweeney is encouraging developers to actively use Nvidia RTX for their games.
Nvidia RTX was introduced by Nvidia and demos were released by Epic Games and Remedy Entertainment showcasing the tech using their propriety game engines.
According to Tim Sweeney, 10 years from now developers might find nothing but ray tracing in Unreal Engine.
Fortnite Battle Royale is a free-to-play title developed by Epic Games for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.