I may not be the biggest of Fortnite fans but, I must admit that Epic's latest PR stunt for the series was one the most interesting in recent memory. Having the game map and world be sucked up by a black hole and hence rendering the game unplayable for two days (and at this point without any mention of a new game coming) is a move that would land most companies in hot water. Yet, viewership of a Twitch live stream featuring a static screen of said black hole garnered north of 200 thousand views at one point, proving gamers if nothing else, love a bit drama and suspense. It all culminated well in the end with the launch of Fortnite Chapter 2.
In the 'new' game, Fornite fans were introduced to a brand new map with new locations, changes to the core gameplay (say good bye to mechs) and a new Battle Pass for Season 1. However, prepare some storage space as this update is meaty weighing just over 9GB on PS4 but a whopping 16GB on PC.
The Chapter 2 patch is now available on all platforms - PC, console, and mobile.
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Hey I am Marlon Mcfarlane the writer here at Blue Crescent Studio & a longtime lover of all things Animation & Gaming.