OnePlus partners with Epic Games to bring 90fps Fortnite gaming experience to OnePlus 8 series

OnePlus has joined hands with Epic Games recently to provide Fortnite in 90FPS for an enhanced experience. Notably the OnePlus 8 Series is now the first line of smartphones able to run Fortnite on the Unreal Engine at 90FPS, which is the fastest frame rate ever available for Fortnite on a smartphone. Continue reading “OnePlus partners with Epic Games to bring 90fps Fortnite gaming experience to OnePlus 8 series”

Samsung brings K-Pop iKONIK Fortnite Outfit, Scenario emote for Galaxy S10 series

iKONIK Fortnite After revealing Fortnite streaming legend, Tyler “Ninja” Blevins of the highly coveted iKONIK outfit and Scenario emote within Fortnite, Samsung has announced the new outfit and emote will become available March 8, 2019, exclusively to owners of Galaxy S10, S10+, and S10e. Continue reading “Samsung brings K-Pop iKONIK Fortnite Outfit, Scenario emote for Galaxy S10 series”

Fortnite for HONOR View20 60fps version and Honor Guard Fortnite outfit announced

Fortnite for Android comes to HONOR View20 and is also one of the few phones to support 60 FPS mode. Fortnite for Android didn’t have a traditional Play Store release, instead, it is available only to compatible phones through its website. It was first released for Samsung smartphones starting from August last year and expanded to other devices later. Continue reading “Fortnite for HONOR View20 60fps version and Honor Guard Fortnite outfit announced”

Instagram Year in Review 2018: Fortnite records highest hashtag, heart emoji, Disneyland Tokyo and much more

With 2018 coming to an end, companies are bringing yearly rewinds and highlights to showcase the things that trended on their platform over the course of 12 months. After Google, it is Instagram which is sharing trends from the year. Continue reading “Instagram Year in Review 2018: Fortnite records highest hashtag, heart emoji, Disneyland Tokyo and much more”

Fortnite beta for PS4 gets cross-play support for Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, Android and more

Fortnite today announced an open beta that will allow for cross-platform gameplay, progression, and commerce across PlayStation 4, Android, iOS, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, Microsoft Windows, and Mac operating systems. The company will use beta as an opportunity for testing cross-platform. Continue reading “Fortnite beta for PS4 gets cross-play support for Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, Android and more”

Fortnite for Android beta coming to Samsung Galaxy devices first, Here is the list of devices that are getting it soon

Right after announcing the Galaxy Note 9, Samsung also announced that starting today, users of Galaxy Note9, Galaxy S9/+, Galaxy Note8, Galaxy S8/+, Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 edge, Galaxy Tab S4, Galaxy Tab S3 will have access to first-ever Fortnite beta before it’s more widely available making the rumors true. Continue reading “Fortnite for Android beta coming to Samsung Galaxy devices first, Here is the list of devices that are getting it soon”

Fortnite for Android said to be launched alongside Samsung Galaxy Note9, might not be available on Google Play Store

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Fornite maker; Epic games back in May announced that Fortnite for Android will be available in Q3 of 2018. But the company is yet to officially announce a launch date, however, sources claim that the game will be launched as an exclusive for the Samsung Galaxy Note9 on August 9th. Continue reading “Fortnite for Android said to be launched alongside Samsung Galaxy Note9, might not be available on Google Play Store”

PUBG developer drops lawsuit against Fortnite

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Back in May, PUBG developer sued Epic Games’ Fortnite over copyright infringement in Korea. This marks the end of a legal battle between two of the world’s hottest games. PUBG has sent a letter of withdrawal to Epic Games Inc.’s attorneys on Monday, and the case has since been closed, according to the website of the local court system. Continue reading “PUBG developer drops lawsuit against Fortnite”

PUBG developer sues Epic Games’ Fortnite over copyright infringement in Korea

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Korean game developer PUBG Corporation, which is also a subsidiary of Bluehole has announced that it is suing US-based Epic Games’ ‘Fortnite’ over copyright infringement in Korea. It also asked the court to determine whether Fortnite copied from the former’s “PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds.” It filed an injunction with the Seoul Central District Court against Epic Games Korea. Continue reading “PUBG developer sues Epic Games’ Fortnite over copyright infringement in Korea”