Fortnite removed friendly fire as an experiment in combating player toxicity

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Epic Games also like to keep things fresh by constantly adding new weapons, emotes, and even limited time modes like the popular 20 vs. 20 vs. 20 vs. 20 vs. 20 mode or the current "Blitz" mode which went live on March 19th.

Reflecting on the way Epic reacted to the issue, Lewis-Evans sees it as a way to solve disruptive play through game design.

To start with, Epic Games is increasing the chances of receiving treasure chests in Fortnite Battle Royale from 50-70 per cent to 80-90 per cent.

When you are invited, you will receive an email with a link to download the game from the App Store. Thanks to the new Blitz mode, players do need to work hard and improve the game.

Well, for all Android users out there, the Android version is also in the making and will be released in upcoming months.

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Epic Games revealed more details on the Fortnite Blitz mode in the patch notes for the latest update, outlined in an official blog post. According to Game spot, for the next few days, players will be able to jump into the short-lived Blitz mode, which promises "swift storms and lots of loot". So if you know anyone who actually has got the game, then you know how to get the game.

Likewise, fans will only have a maximum of 15 minutes to complete games.

Fortnite debuted as an early access co-op game survival game on PC, Mac, Playstation 4 and Xbox One in 2017, incorporating scavenging, resource collection and building mechanics into a sandbox style shooter.

As mentioned the Android version of Fortnite mobile could still be some time. And loot and other drops have been adjusted accordingly.

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