Fortnite Battle Royale Halloween Event Concludes

LONDON, United Kingdom – Fortnite Battle Royale Halloween event is set to end on November 29, 2017, as Fortnitemares are set to come in conclusion. Epic Games, the game’s developer and publisher, is already preparing Fortnite Halloween completion after a month of running.

Fortnite is a survival action-adventure video game developed and published by Epic Games, an all-North Carolina-based developers. The game began its Halloween event last October 26, 2017, and was supposed to initially run for a month. With the positive response of Fortnite and Battle Royale fans, the said event’s end date was later pushed further to accommodate more action and answer the demands of its players.

According to Darren Sugg, Fortnite’s creative director, who revealed the end date of the game’s Halloween event, they were often asked when will Fortnitemares go away. In lieu, they were positively overwhelmed with the response of the public about the game that eventually gained extra popularity.

Due to the said popularity earned by Fortnite Battle Royale and some challenges in terms of technical glitches during the game’s period run, Epic Games decided to extend the Halloween event until November 29, 2017. This extension aims to give the players a chance to resurrect some of their game performance flaws due to technical issues and difficulties.

Moreover, Darren Sugg expressed that with the game’s event extension, there will be plenty more time for the players to enjoy Fortnite Battle Royale’s Halloween content. Players can still collect cards from the event and enjoy it with their friends.

Fortnite Battle Royale Halloween event is set to end soon on PC, PS4, and Xbox One platforms. To know more about its details, read here.

Fortnite and Battle Royale fans liked the idea of the game’s newest spooky zone, the Hexsylvania. This game feature allowed players to have a piece of something new about the game experience.

Epic Games is also encouraging Fortnite Battle Royale players to check out the Halloween event while it is there and give them feedback on what they liked about it, what needs to improve, and what challenges they faced while the event was on the move.

Feedbacks are set to be advantageous for the game’s developers. This is so they can improve the game experience and technicalities for the next possible event release in time for the Christmas season.

Though there is no final decision and press release yet regarding Fortnite’s Christmas event, fans are getting excited about the possibility of another event turn after the Halloween event conclusion.

The turnaround of Fortnite’s Halloween event has been very progressive and impressive for Epic Games. The reception of the game was unexpectedly surprising on their end. Hence, the developers are inclined to have another round of event timely for Christmas.  

Epic Games is set to announce pertinent information and updates soon before they close the year 2017 to welcome a new one of action-packed and adventure-based video games.

In Fortnite Battle Royale, Fortnite is a paid-for game, whereas Battle Royale comes as a free-to-play one. By 2018, Fortnite will be offered free-to-play for everyone. No specific date for next year has been revealed on when exactly Fortnite will come free for everyone. The game is compatible with PC, PlayStation 4 (PS4), and Xbox One game platforms.

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