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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 02:32pm 21/09/18 | 0 Comments
With 78.3 million players in August. Which, is a considerable amount. Almost enough to warrant the creation of an article titled "How Fortnite is Ruining Today's Youth" - which is the sort of one in a million idea you get here at AusGamers. The announcement was slipped into the latest game update by Epic Games, covering the upcoming Fall Skirmish.

Which will bring a number of performance improvements to the game in relation to spectating. And Season 6.

No specific hardware information was given so we don't know how many of the 78.3 million players were mobile, PC, or console - but even an, err, even split would still be impressive. One of the biggest success stories in recent years, Epic's free-to-play Fortnite showing no sings of slowing down.

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