News & Reviews: Fortnite
Jan 14, 2022
Back in 2020, Apple and Google both dropped the mobile version of Fortnite from their app stores. Despite escalating into a lawsuit, Epic Games was unable to put the game back on the app stores. But it's been confirmed that the game would return in another form.
Nov 16, 2021
You may now fulfil your anime fantasy in the battle royale game Fortnite as its collaboration with Naruto: Shippuden is finally available for players. Not only you can play as one of the most popular Naruto characters, but the update has also brought in a familiar weapon (if you're fans) to be used in the game.
Sep 23, 2021
Epic Games might have claimed that Fortnite wouldn't be returning to the Apple App Store, but that wouldn't be possible anyway. The company allegedly pledged to adhere to Apple's guidelines if its developer account was reactivated. Unfortunately, Apple doesn't have any intentions of doing so.
Dec 22, 2020
With the year coming to a close, we start to look back on all the things that have happened this year. Pandemic aside, there were plenty of things that many would consider dumbfounding or just sad, and that applies to tech as well.
In that vein, we decided to look back at some of the saddest and worst tech news for 2020. Maybe you'll find it just as dumb as we did, but without further ado let's take a look!
Sep 02, 2020
If you're a Fortnite player, you would have noticed about Epic Games parody video called Nineteen Eighty-Fortnite. It's based on an old commercial which was directed by Ridley Scott for Apple and he wasn't that impressed with the end result.
Aug 24, 2020
Last week, Apple announced that it will be terminating Epic Games' developer account. It was likely retaliation to the latter submitting a lawsuit after Apple had removed Fortnite from the Apple App Store. Microsoft has now decided to throw in its support for Epic Games, stating that termination of a developer account will hurt other game creators that rely on Unreal Engine.
Aug 18, 2020
When Epic Games sued Apple last week over the removal of Fortnite from its App Store, you'd think that things would simmer down before the two companies settle things in court. But Apple isn't going to take things lying down and has banned the former's developer account. And funny enough, it's going to be a fortnight from the date that Fortnite was removed. Oh boy...
Aug 14, 2020
When money is involved, things tend to escalate quickly. And things certainly escalated when Epic Games decided to implement its own in-app payment system for the mobile version of Fortnite. Now the game has been removed from both Apple App Store and Google Play Store.
Apr 27, 2020
Last week, Epic Games finally bit the bullet and released Fortnite on the Google Play Store. With the move, the mobile version of the game is now available for all smartphone users. This served as the perfect lead up to the FCNS Invitational, which is a Fortnite tournament that will begin next month.
Apr 22, 2020
Finally, after a super long overdue - Fortnite has officially made its way to the Google Play Store. Prior to that, mobile gamers needed to go to the Epic Games website and download the APK installer, third-party platforms, or even some "exclusives" such as Samsung Galaxy and HONOR smartphones. Well, looks like fans can have a breather now.