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Fortnite Blitz Mode Being Changed, Materials Rebalanced

Fortnite Blitz Mode Being Changed, Materials Rebalanced

And while there are many reasons for its success, there's little debate that making the game free-to-play was a genius move on the part of Epic Games.

Randy Nelson, the head of insights at mobile analytics firm Sensory Tower, also says that the first $1 million was earned during the game's first three days in Apple's iOS App Store. According to Sensor Tower, even as an invite-only mobile preview, Epic Games managed to pull in a whopping $1.5 million over the first four days after release for IAPs which consist exclusively of cosmetic changes.

Epic Games has confirmed that the mobile Fortnite will be exactly the same as the console and PC versions of the game. Who knows how sizeable that figure would be if the game was now live for everyone who wished to play it? If you don't receive an invite right away, don't worry, Epic will get round to you eventually over the coming months.

"Blitz Mode is the standard game on steroids and amphetamines: there's a storm circle formed from the beginning of the game, restricting the safe zone from go", reports Forbes.

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

Because it is swift and such an adrenaline booster, its quick session matters and helps players that are on the move or have something to do in real life but they still want to satisfy their needs with at least one Fortnite BR game.

The Fortnite limited time Blitz mode will be the first LTM that Fortnite Mobile fans are able to take part in. And loot and other drops have been adjusted accordingly.

The Cary-based developer have also advised Battle Royale and Fortnite Save The World fans on how to stay safe online.

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