Fortnite Is Sucked into a Black Hole and Gamers Wonder If It’s The End Of Their World
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For those who don’t know, Fortnite allows up to 100 players to fight individually or in teams, which makes it the last player on a virtual battlefield. On Sunday, the island where players play was destroyed by an asteroid. Fans had predicted a dramatic end of season 10 that began in August.
Epic Games, owner of Fortnite, had confirmed that the event “The End” would take place on Sunday, October 13. A countdown appeared in the game, about the rocket in Dusty Depot.
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Players who were online during “The End” saw a meteor shower in play that seemed to erase the Fornite map.
These players were absorbed by a defect and the screen was replaced by a black hole in the center.
One of the biggest games in the world cannot be played since this afternoon. Before next season, or maybe a new chapter, Fortnite has fallen in every way imaginable. It is widely accepted that once the game is back in use, it will be a restarted version with a new map.
Things happened dramatically. It all started when the meteorite, which had been motionless in the middle of the island since it appeared at the beginning of Season X, began acting, and finally erased the entire map around 2:00 p.m. ITS T. Since then, players could only see a black hole. There were flickers of activity, but not much happened during this window. (If you enter the Konami code, you can at least play a simple mini-game in the Space Invaders style while you wait.)
Fortnite Is Sucked Into A Black Hole And Gamers Wonder If It’s The End Of Their World
Those who could not connect to the game in time for the event not only found it impossible to enter a game; The lobby and the screens of the characters were also shot at the black hole. At one point, Fortnite’s official Twitter account even deleted all of his tweets, and Epic’s public graphic, Trello, used to track problems in the game, also went dark. Meanwhile, PlayStation had to make a statement confirming that the game and all the V-dollars he had spent were not gone forever.
Millions of people wondered if the apocalypse had finally arrived on Sunday after the game Fortnite was suddenly wiped out by an implosion and everything is in the dark.
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Some 5.5 million people watched the live event “The End” on YouTube and Twitch, organized by the creator Epic Games. It is estimated that 250 million people play the last online game in the world.
When players log in around 2 p.m. EST, they can only access a mode called “The End”. These players were surprised, and a little horrified, when a meteor and six rockets formed a giant crack.
The last image on the screen was a pulsating black hole with a blue halo. Crowds saw him hours later, waiting and hoping to have more.
Since then, anyone who connects to the game can see the black hole. Some have tried to determine the secret meaning of a series of numbers that are displayed on the screen during “The End.” Many have suspected a marketing ploy for which they could not avoid falling.
All social media accounts in the game are set in the black hole, which means that nobody can play. (According to ESPN, players can enter the Konami code: up, up, down, down, left, right, left, right, B, A, Enter key) to play a mini-game while they wait. )
While the players shared their frustration online, Elon Musk laughed in a tweet. He also published a false report last year stating that he had bought Fortnite to “save these children from eternal virginity.”
Epic Games generates about $ 300 million a month for players who spend money on costumes and character items, additional challenges and mysterious prizes, Forbes said.