Fortnite For Android: Do NOT Download These FAKE Malware-Filled Apps

Ruben Fields
June 23, 2018

The game has more than 125 million monthly players around the world, and its iOS debut roughly three months ago raked in over $100 million in revenue.

The constant evolution is an effort to keep one of planet Earth's most popular games at the top of the pile, ensuring it remains "fun and interesting" and feeling "fresh and new".

"Building is not a playstyle, its a core mechanic of the game and the most skill based aspect of it, " reads on lengthily titled thread, another tells Epic to "make BLITZ a permanent mode so we all have something to enjoy while you kill the standard game, " or likens it to removing aerial boost in Rocket League. "The malware developers promise something they never intend to delivery, a working Fortnite for Android game". It's important to note that the fake apps are not available in the Google Play Store, so the tech giant can't do anything about the issue.

Epic is concerned that Fortnite games are just boiling down to "just build lol", and they're prepared to make some pretty drastic changes to the game to do something about it. In particular, Epic is concerned by how common shotguns, rockets, and build fights are in the final circle, and it's considering implementing some changes that will allow other play styles to become viable. The response? "We are exploring changes to weapon balance and resource economy, like e.g. resource caps".

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As detailed in a recent blog post by Epic Games, the company stated that it will continue tweaking Fortnite in order to evolve the game so that there will be multiple ways in which players can counter one another in combat, creating a more varied selection of strategies to claim a Victory Royale. There is much to be done because despite its wild success, the game still is in Early Access phase! The devs believe that "shotguns should be strong, but other weapons have room to grow". Not every encounter should have to end in a build-off.

So, Fortnite could be in for some big metagame changes in the future.

When the Battle Royale game is down to its last few players it can get disappointingly samey, and creators Epic Games are trying to figure out a way to change it. Head down to the comments section and let us know!

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