Fortnite Skin Name Is Being Used As An Insult At School

Fortnite is the most popular game these days and everyone knows how much of an addiction it has turned into and some parents are worried and now kids at schools are using some in-game names to insult each other.

This news comes from a Reddit user named Tr1angleChoke where he posted by sharing a disciplinary referral from their kid’s 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”.

The incident was marked as Rude, Annoying and discourteous.

Rust Lord will mean nothing if you are not a gamer but if you are and you play Fortnite you’ll remember it’s a low-level skin which was available for free in Battle season pass 3. To get the skin all you had to do was to reach Tier 23.

In other news, Fortnite season 4 has started which is filled with new outfits, emotes and more. Recently Fortnite earned $223 million in just a one month which is a huge amount and tells how much people are interested in the game.

It’s been some days and people have already started to find various new locations on the map after the season 4 commenced. The older locations were hit by a meteor which crashed at the end of season 3 bringing disaster to the whole map destroying different structures and unveiling new locations.

The 50v50 mode is back for the second time because it was not well received at first by the players. In this new mode, players are matched in two teams with 50 players on each side with their own bus and different starting route.

Fortnite Battle Royale is a free-to-play game developed by Epic Games for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

What do you think of kids using in-game skins as an insult? Let us know in the comments.

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