Published: Sun, June 17, 2018
Hi-Tech | By Preston Stone

Epic Games Unveils Fortnite World Cup Coming in 2019

Epic Games Unveils Fortnite World Cup Coming in 2019

Epic Games announced, today, that the massively popular battle royale game is now boasting a player count that rivals some small nations.

Epic Games announced plans for the Fortnite World Cup to be played in 2019. Soon, each one of those players will have a chance to compete in the game's competitive 2018-2019 season.

"The $100,000,000 will be split between many events at different levels of competition around the globe".

The larger issue is that "Fortnite" players are unable to log in to their Epic Games account - which you need to play Fortnite - on both a Switch and the PlayStation 4.

Regarding the graphics, PUBG's world is fairly realistic, compared to the very colorful environment from Fortnite.

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The Fortnite Celebrity Pro-Am was the first Epic Games-sponsored esports event, less than a month after the developer committed $100 million in prize money to events for the game.

Qualifications for the World Cup will be merit-based and no team slots will be sold.

Following the many rumors leading up the announcement, Epic Games' Fortnite was finally given the official announcement for the Nintendo Switch.

Nintendo also revealed that Fortnite will have local multiplayer as well as online. Many are now playing the game without voice chat, but the battle royale game will have native voice chat support this Thursday.

If they keep this up and cross-compatibility between all the other platforms continues to flourish, Sony is looking to get itself left behind. You can play the game in the native handheld form, connect a wireless Pro controller, or set the display on a table and play with the motion controllers. Except now there's only one line, and Sony drew it between themselves and the other console manufacturers for no apparent reason other than fear that people might not buy PS4s.

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