Fortnite: Battle Royale has surpassed 10 million players in just two weeks

Epic Games has just announced that ten million players have played Fortnite’s battle royale free mode. What’s really interesting here is that the game’s population increased by 3 million players since last week. After all, and on October 4th, Epic Games revealed that Fortnite has passed 7 million players. 

Epic Games has also released a infograph for Fortnite, and you can view it below.

Fortnite: Battle Royale is a PvP mode for Fortnite that puts 100-players on a giant map with destructible environments. In this mode, players will combine their Fortnite building and combat skills to be the last one standing.

Those interested can download it from Epic’s Games Launcher. You can also read our first impressions of it here.

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