'Fortnite' may be looking to increase player count in matches

'Fortnite' may be looking to increase player count in matches

'Fortnite' may be looking to increase player count in matches

Epic has detailed freebies that will going out to players of both Fortnite Battle Royale and Fortnite: Save the World, giving everyone a little something for their trouble.

Following its most recent update, Fortnite's next set of challenges have gone live on PS4, Xbox One, PC, and mobile. The fact that Epic seems willing to play around with this cap at some point is intriguing and demonstrates the developer's commitment to keeping Fortnite fresh and exciting for its massive player base.

Fortnite is the hottest online game in the entire industry, there can be no doubt about that. Expanding a current game mode to a new version like a 50v50v50 or simply raising the max player number to 200 for a short time would give players a taste of the higher player count while preserving the option to go back to the normal 100-player matches.

While only a regular tier challenge to complete in Battle Royale mode, it provides something a little different to do around the map.

In the same interview, Williamson discussed the integration of the PvP Battle Royale game mode with Save the World and how it could be improved.

If player count does happen to increase in the future, we could be looking at some more hilarious gameplay [VIDEO] in "Fortnite".

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"Fortnite" has introduced different modes into the game in the past, like a 50 vs 50 game mode.

"It's been no secret that over the past 24 hours we've been experiencing issues with our services that have prevented many of you from playing Battle Royale and Save the World".

One dance floor can be found in Flush Factory in the D9 portion of the map.

"The most common search during the same user session is Overwatch, followed by Team Fortress 2 and video game".

The wildly popular Fortnite has kept its fans busy with radio-controlled rocket launchers, port-a-forts and weekly challenges. In the latest issue of Official PlayStation Magazine, design lead Eric Williamson has talked positively about the idea of increasing the player cap per match.

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