The dynamics of ‘Fortnite’ has been clear from the beginning: landing on an island and surviving by killing others. In recent years, the Epic game has been one of the most popular with millions of users and, above all, millions of euros in revenue. But the game has also evolved season by season. Now prepare a new game mode in which the competition is left aside and the map simply becomes a place to have fun with other online users, the ‘Party Royale’ mode.
Twitter user @ Lucas7yoshi has shared some details about this new leaked game mode that ‘Fortnite’ will have soon. A new map apparently under the name Papaya will be where the ‘party mode’ of ‘Fortnite’ will be played. There will be no weapons or materials with which to build, but there will be some curious elements to shoot, for example, paint.
Epic Games has confirmed the existence of this mode to Polygon. The description of the game mode says the following:
From surviving to attending concerts
While Epic Games hasn’t released anything more official about the game, it may include some mini-games on the map to hang out with multiple friends online at the same time. Currently in ‘Creative Mode’ the game already has many maps with activities and mini-games.
On the other hand, the different live concerts that Epic Games has held in ‘Fortnite’ can also give us an idea of what the ‘Party Royale’ mode will be like. In February of last year, ‘Fortnite’ held its first live concert with DJ Marshmello bringing together more than 10 million live viewers. A twist to the initial idea of ’Fortnite’ bringing it closer to a ‘Second Life’ than ever. Last weekend they repeated the play with the event ‘Astronomical’ by singer Travis Scott. More than 12 million people attended the live concert.
It is not yet clear when this more social game mode will come, in which you do not have to worry about weapons and the collection of materials. Be that as it may, it demonstrates how Epic Games is adapting the game over the years so that it continues to maintain its user base. In this case, focusing it on something as simple as a virtual space to socialize .
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Via | Polygon