In a tweet yesterday, Epic announced that the free-to-play mode had been downloaded 10 million times in the two weeks since its launch.
Other games are also doing well off the success of PUBG, including the battle royale spinoff of Epic Game's Fornite. This is also technically the same number for how many players have won a game as that's the only way you can earn an umbrella.Читайте также: Bitcoin trades above $5000 for first time ever
Fortnite's battle royale mode has come under fire from rival Bluehole in recent weeks, who claimed the mode was far too similar to the battle royale behemoth PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds. Epic said on Monday that the game had 525,000 peak concurrent users, and 3.7 million active daily players. According to Epic Games, players have already found nearly 60 million traps and were able to create nearly 800 million walls/stairs/floors/ceilings. For starters, 44.9 million cumulative hours have been spent playing Battle Royale, and during this time, 58.9 million traps have been found, while over 797 million stairs, walls, ceilings, and floors have been built, and 292.7 million jumps from the battle bus have been taken. Of course, considering the fact that PUBG's sales recently hit 15 million, it looks as if Battle Royale in Fortnite isn't necessarily horning in on the Bluehole Studio's business.
Battle Royale is available now on PS4, Xbox One, and PC as a free-to-play, standalone experience from Fortnite.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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