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History of Fortnite

Fortnite Released on Jul. 25th, 2017

Only a couple of months later in December, Epic’s Cliff Bleszinski officially declared Fortnite at the Spike Video Game Awards, alongside an accompanying teaser trailer:

At a media conference backstage, Bleszinski elaborated on the inception of Fortnite, telling reporters:”This was a job that was pitched several months ago that came together lightning fast and something that seems like a no brainer to construct.” In addition, he clarified that Fortnite is different from the shooters Epic has long been associated with, stating:”It’s a game that’s more about survival than anything else”


The next year, Chinese gaming giant Tencent acquired a huge bet in Epic, and the Organization’s development focus Started to shift to reflect their brand new investor’s free-to-play priorities

That same year, Cliff Bleszinski left Epic, as did designer Rob Ferguson.


In 2013, Epic and co-developer People Can Fly completed Gears of War: Judgement, the final conventional console shooter created by Epic.


In 2014, Game Informer revealed the long-awaited secrets of Epic’s new project in their Fortnite: Save the World cover story and supplemental media.

The systems of base building and scavenging were clearly established, as were the game’s focus on terrain beating and cooperation. A couple of months later, closed alpha testing started .


For two decades, Fortnite went comparatively silent. In 2015, Mac compatibility was shown.

Testing lasted in the background, changing from alpha into beta, and every now and then Fortnite created a media appearance, but there’s wasn’t a lot going on in the limelight.


Back in mid-2017, Fortnite kicked into high gear.

While Fortnite would eventually launch as a free-to-play game, players who bought Founders Packs joined the extensive early access interval in addition to reaping different bonuses.

Back in July, Save the World early access became accessible online for PC, Mac, Xbox One, and PS4.

In September 2017, Epic officially disclosed Fortnite Battle Royale. Inspired by PUBG, Battle Royale was originally revealed as a individual mode within paid early access Save The Earth, but Battle Royale was immediately redefined as a distinct merchandise free for everybody. Battle Royale featured no compensated play improvements and a cosmetic-based FTP revenue version. Fortnite BR was released in late September on PC, Mac, Xbox One, and PS4.

In October, IGN published its review of Fortnite: Save the World early access, giving it a score of 6.5.


Back in January 2018, The Map Update 2.2.0 started to specify the Fortnite BR most of us recognize today (including Tilted Towers). Regular updates began pouring out of Epic.

In March, Fortnite awakened the industry with various huge announcements.

An iOS beta was released. Also in March, musician Drake combined Fortnite streamer Ninja on online session which garnered record numbers of viewers and escalated public discussion around Fortnite to fresh heights. It also marked a trend toward Fortnite’s continuing dominance in Twitch streaming.

Also in March, IGN reviewed Fornite: Battle Royale, scoring the game a 9.6.

The summer brought even more.

In June, Fortnite came to Switch using crossplay into Xbox, PC, Mac, and mobile.

From July, Fortnite was a cultural phenomenon, cited as a notable nuisance in certain schools, and had allegedly generated over one billion dollars from in-game buys .

By August 2018, Fortnite came back to Android, and in September, PlayStation 4 broke down crossplay obstacles with Xbox and Switch.

While in early access, Fortnite has already become one of video games’ greatest success stories and shows very little indication of slowing. With regular upgrades continuing, there’s no telling how much Epic can continue to take Fortnite.