Free-to-play game "Fortnite Battle Royale" recently passed the $US1 billion revenue mark thanks exclusively to its in-app purchases, according to a new report from SuperData Research. The still young Battle Royale game has completely usurped PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds in both mind and market share - earning Epic games respect and a heck of a lot of money. Gamers can buy new skins in Fortnite battle royal by purchasing V-bucks (Fortnite's virtual currency.) Skins are pretty expensive and pretty much every player owns at least one skin by now.
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A new SuperData report (via GamesIndustry.biz) shows that Fortnite has made more than $1 billion off in-game purchases alone. In his statement, he says he's alright with moving Friday Fortnite to Sunday but wasn't aware that Epic Games' Summer Skirmish will also take place this Friday, July 20 at the same time as Friday Fortnite.
Fortnite is now in early access for iOS, PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and is set to release in Summer of 2018 for Android.
At that time, we knew that there were errors with the matchmaking system the game uses. Well, to Epic Games' delight, recognition is not the only thing it has gained.
"Fortnite" Has Earned Over $1 Billion: Report
It's worth noting this anniversary is celebrating Fortnite's original release and mode.
While this report covers Fortnite on all platforms, not just iOS, it's still illustrative of just how massive the game is at this point.
The release of the game is drawing near, and it seems that Epic Games are actually investing in more servers; this hints towards the release coming closer.
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