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The Infinity Blade series meets an end as Epic Games stops selling the trilogy on iOS today. All three games are absent on the App Store, with the only evidence of their existence being the Infinity Blade Stickers app for iMessage. Folks that previously owned the games may still download them from their purchase history
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Today Epic Games announced that they’re going to be permanently extending the Fortnite Support-A-Creator program available within the popular third-person shooter made famous by it’s Battle Royale mode. For those unaware, Support-A-Creator was announced earlier this year in October and allows players to support their chosen creator by spending the in-game currency, V-Bucks. Once spent their chosen
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Ever since the release of Fortnite‘s growingly-popular battle royale mode, which has now reached over 200 million players worldwide as of this week, it was only a matter of time before Fortnite took over real life outside of the popular game. That time has finally arrived as the first wave of toys and action figures from Jazwares will
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Look, everyone already knew that Fortnite was one of the biggest games of all-time, but today’s new piece of information still somehow continues to stagger. As originally reported by Bloomberg and later confirmed by Epic Games via GamesIndustry.biz, Fortnite has now surpassed the 200 million player mark across all of the game’s platforms. This is a massive achievement that
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You know, when I started with this company, if you would have told me that one day, I’d be covering a potential crossover between a popular Disney movie and a third-person shooter, I would have called you crazy. And yet, early this morning, Epic Games began teasing what fans have been guessing as a Wreck-It Ralph crossover
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Last week, Fortnite and the NFL crossed over in a new event that found officially licensed jerseys making their way into the battle royale shooter. While the crossover has turned out to be problematic in more ways than one, for one NFL star, it has created a very personal issue. Kansas City Chiefs quarterback, and early MVP frontrunner, Patrick
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Just in time for Halloween, Epic Games has today released the latest update for Fortnite which features the new limited time event that is called Fortnitemares. This event, which is both for Save the World and Battle Royale, finds Fortnite’s mysterious Cube having unleashed hordes of monsters that you have to fight back against. Upon defeating the monsters that
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As we approach All Hallows’ Eve, Fortnite Battle Royale only seems to be getting spookier. Even with a new multiplayer season centered around a haunted castle, invisibility-granting Shadow Stones, and “corrupted areas,” Epic Games appears to be upping the ante with an upcoming event straight-up called “Fortnitemares.” While Epic hasn’t revealed specific details on Fortnitemares
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Polish developer People Can Fly has had a very interesting decade. After rising to prominence through the cult classics Painkiller and Bulletstorm, the studio was acquired by Epic Games in 2012. While becoming a subsidiary under a large and safe company like Epic is a preferable situation for a lot of developers, People Can Fly
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While anyone who casually follows and plays Fortnite is likely used to seeing news of tournaments with professionals, new in-game tournaments will allow anyone to join the fray. Initially leaked by accident on October 11, Epic Games officially made the announcement today on their blog that In-Game Tournaments for Fortnite are beginning tomorrow, October 16. The
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Just like Fortnite Battle Royale requires frequent updates, so does the game’s original mode — Save the World. For everyone who has invested in the non-free to play version of the game, Epic will be adding new locations, changing up the structure of matchmaking, and adding some new missions to the mix come in Update 6.10 Speaking in
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