From the looks of things, Fortnite players might soon get a taste of “puddin’,” followed by a smack to the face with a mallet.
Though Epic Games hasn’t formally announced it yet, a recent Twitter conversation hints that the battle royale game could be taking part in a promotional tie-in with Birds of Prey, the new DC Comics movie from Warner Bros. That means potentially bringing Harley Quinn and company in to do some damage.
It started with a tweet posted on the Warner Bros. Pictures account, featuring the cast of the film. But right below that, the official Fortnite account posted a reply, “See you soon Harley!” To which Warner Bros. said right back, “Can’t [...]
People often tell me that too much cholesterol will kill me, but I never imagined that a specific death would come in the form of a wall of butter that would suffocate the landscape. And that’s not all I have to worry about. I also have another 31 people with the intention of killing myself with candy. Fortunately, I raided the refrigerator and found a Gatling gun that spits hot dogs.
You can also try those delicious adventures in Real butter, The latest release of Apple Arcade. As you may have guessed by the name, it is a Battle Royale shooter in the line of Fortnite, but simplifies the gameplay until shooting with two sticks that works well with a touch [...]
The Fortnite Ninja skin is unlike other cosmetics in the colorful battle royale, as it marks the first time a streamer has gotten their likeness placed in-game for millions of fans to wear. It’s not unlikely that other streamers get similar recognition in the future.
The skin features Ninja’s trademark blue hair, a high collared futuristic coat, and his blue and yellow logo on the side.
The Ninja skin became available on January 17 for 1,500 V-Bucks, which rounds out to about $15. The skin left the shop after it’s regular rotation on January 19, so it’s currently unavailable with no way to directly purchase or obtain the skin [...]
Like the majority of online multiplayer games, Fortnite doesn’t let you purchase items with actual currency. You need to earn V-Bucks, either through purchasing them or unlocking them, to buy skins, harvesting tools, and other cosmetics items. So how do you get free V-Bucks in Fortnite?
Epic Games doesn’t offer a lot of free ways to get V-Bucks as they want you to spend money on its free-to-play battle royale. You’ll need to spend ample time in-game if you want to save up enough to afford a 1,500 V-Buck skin ($15), let alone more than one without spending much real cash.
Here are some tips to make your time building, shooting, and gliding [...]