The Rocket Has Launched in Fortnite! - Footage and Images

The Rocket Has Launched in Fortnite! - Footage and Images

Fortnite, the free-to-play game that has captivated gamers and non-gamers alike since it launched in 2017, made a record $318 million in revenue in May, beating out every game on any platform in the history of gaming. Today, Epic posted a thread to Reddit that said it was still working to resolve the issues and that it would have another update at 12:00 PM Eastern. It proved to be a brilliant way to practice your building, or just as a way to muck about, but mere hours after launch Epic Games was forced to pull the mode from the game.

Don't expect the LTM to go back online any time soon. On top of that, the much-anticipated Playground Mode still isn't here. "Due to this, we'll be disabling Final Fight and re-enabling the 50v50 LTM". "Once we have confirmed that our testing was successful we will begin gradually rolling servers out to all regions and platforms until it's available to all players".

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Meanwhile Epic says it is still unable to resolve issues preventing the launch of the Playground LTM.

Earlier this week, Fortnite briefly received an exciting new game mode: Playground.

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While Epic hasn't formally announced what will happen this Saturday, something else has been taking place on the island in recent days, and many Fortnite players suspect that the two are related.

Fortnite Season 5 starts on July 12th, you have that in-game countdown clock to forever remind you, so this double XP is a great way to make one final push during Season 4.

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