It Was Still in Early Access?
You read the headline correctly, the global sensation that is Fortnite has finally left early access. First making its big step into the battle royale scene in 2017 it took off and quickly became one of the biggest games of this generation. While its relevancy has begun to slide thanks to stiff competition from the likes of Call of Duty: Warzone, Fortnite still has legions of dedicated fans that will continue to support it long after its departure from its early access title.
For anyone who has played Fortnite in the last three years will tell you, it certainly did not play like a game in early access. Ever since it became the phenom that it is today it has behaved just like any other blockbuster multiplayer game would be expected to. What has led has led Epic Games to declare that Fortnite is officially finished it due to the completion of its PvE mode called Save the World.
The chance that its single-player experience is going to catch on in the same way its multiplayer has is almost slim to none, but it is still going to be there if you have grown tired of the online shenanigans. In terms of multiplayer, there is still a ton more of content that Epic Games has planned. Despite its recent downtick in popularity, Fortnite will not be going anywhere anytime soon. The world is still going to have to deal with the younger generations Fortnite dancing at awkward moments.
Fortnite has just recently ended their second season and has kicked off the third by flooding the previous map. This has, of course, led to a very different and unique experience. Fighting across the water and on small islands has now become center stage.
Fortnite is available on PC, Mobile, Xbox One, and PS4.