Fortnite: Battle Royale Answers Critiques Nicely – It’s Available For Free On PlayStation 4 (Too)! [VIDEO]

Epic responded to Bluehole’s critiques nicely!

Fortnite‘s spinoff, Battle Royale managed to reach one million players in no time, according to Polygon – in just one day, this result is outstanding. While Fortnite‘s PvE part stays in early access until 2018, this component could pull in millions of players. However, Bluehole doesn’t like that.

Bluehole is the dev team of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, and they don’t like the success of Fortnite: Battle Royale. On WCCFTech we read that Chang Han Kim, their vice president, and executive producer says that Epic pretty much copied their game. (They also licensed Unreal Engine 4 from Epic, too.)

However, we need to point out something. Fortnite: Battle Royale managed to beat PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, which is supposed to be one of the upcoming hopeful games of the Xbox One (X)… but Epic’s game is free on PlayStation 4 and PC as well! If Microsoft wouldn’t have announced the port at E3, there might be no such argument between the two battle royale-type games… but there are differences between the two games! Eurogamer shows most of them in a video.

Source: Polygon, WCCFTech

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