It may not be everyone's cup of tea, but Epic Games has unlocked the formula for keeping its live game freshly stocked with new content.
Even if you disregard the blatant IP hoarding by adding anyone and everyone to the game, Fortnite is constantly building up to major in-game events and spectacles that battle royales like PUBG and COD: Warzone have only tried to emulate.
However, it seems Epic has already put plans for Fortnite's next big thing into motion before the competition can catch up. The game will soon be getting an Unreal Engine 5 upgrade for Fortnite Creative, the creation tool that allows players to build their own Fortnite island.
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