Sept. 2019 was Fortnite's worst month for revenue since Nov. 2017

October should see a rebound

Superdata has released some data on digital revenue in Sept. 2019, and Fortnite saw a major plummet in player spending. According to the report, Fortnite saw revenue down 43% across all platforms month-over-month, making for the worst month of revenue since Nov. 2019. Fortnite fell to seventh in September's top grossing digital titles chart for consoles, and ninth for PC.

Dataminers find new series of Fortnite Halloween skins

Spooky skins

Not surprisingly, Fortnite has a host of Halloween content in the works. A batch of new skins are coming soon to celebrate the holiday, and dataminers have dug up a bunch of different outfits. Check out the gallery above to see what's on the way.

Fortnite gets an ultra-rare one-hit-kill fish

Try the fish

If you're getting back into Fortnite with the release of 'Chapter 2,' you might want to keep an eye out for the Mythic Goldfish, a new item that can kill your enemies in a single hit. The ultra-rare item isn't going to be easy to find, but nabbing it could make you the ultimate weapon. Just toss this trophy at your enemy, and if you hit them right, they could be taken out instantly!

Fortnite has a new '3D Headphones' option for improved spatialization of sound

Look out below!

Tired of not knowing if someone's above or below you based on sound? Fortnite now has a new option that should help make it lot easier to tell what's going on. Epic explains the update in the blurb below.

With the release of Chapter 2, we’re excited to share that we’ve added a setting to improve audio. Tested by members of the competitive community, by toggling on the “3D Headphones” mode in the Audio Options menu, the mode will improve spatialization of tactically-important sounds.

What does that mean? You’ll have a better sense of sounds above, below, and behind you! Please note: we recommend stereo headphones for this mode, and the mode will not work if you have the “Visualize Sound Effects” accessibility option enabled. Jump in and try it out!

IGN Videos - Fortnite: Chapter 2 gameplay, skins, weapons, and emotes

Check out some of the new features in Fortnite Chapter 2, and we even got a Victory Royale to celebrate!

Fortnite: Chapter 2 now available, launch trailers shared

It all begins again

The time has come! Fortnite: Chapter 2 is now live, and it brings a ton of changes with it. Check out some bulletproofs for the update below!

- Choose your landing spot ande xplore an all-new island featuring 13 new locations.
- Swimming, fishing, motorboats, and more!
- Heal your squad with the bandage bazooka, carry your fallen teammates to safety, and celebrate with new group emotes like high-fives!
- Hide in haystacks and dumpsters to get the drop on your opponent or go in blazing by blowing up gas tanks and explosive barrels.
- Get back to basics and battle enemies with a streamlined weapon arsenal.
- Upgrade weapons using resources at the upgrade bench.
- Level through an all-new battle pass featuring a brand-new XP system and medals you earn in-match

Teenager sued by Epic for Fortnite cheating, yet he continues to cheat anyway

If you wanna be dumb, you gotta be tough

Epic filed a lawsuit against Caleb “Sky Orbit” Rogers for cheating in Fortnite awhile back. Epic took issue with Caleb cheating, but was extra miffed by him recording his efforts and sharing them online. Adding even more heat to the legal battle, Caleb has continued to cheat and call out Epic in subsequent videos. Looks like he's not going to let a looming lawsuit stop him from cheating his way to victory.

Epic has urged courts to move along with the lawsuit in a timely manner, and suggest that Caleb's mother be, "appointed to officially represent him so that his interests can be protected and this matter can move forward.” Rogers’ mother had previously sent a letter to the court to ask the judge to dismiss the case against her son, saying Epic did not “legally bind underage users” to its EULA. Epic fired back by pointing to a video recorded by Caleb, in which he addressed his mother's letter, and said that she "knew it all" regarding the case, showing that she's deliberately ignoring the court's requests.

Fortnite's "Chapter 2, Season 1" trailer leaks, shows off new locations and more

Fishing? I'm in!

The rumors flying around state that Fortnite "Chapter 2" is going to launch sometime on Tuesday this week. Epic is hard at work making sure everything is good-to-go for launch day, but today we get a sneak peek at what's to come. A trailer for Chapter 2 has leaked, and it shows off a bunch of new content. Get a look at the major revamp in the video above.

Watch Fortnite's 10th season come to an end in spectacular fashion

Big bang

Fortnite's 10th season is now over and done with, and fans wait to see what comes next. The end of season 10 was the biggest event the game has seen yet, as it completely destroyed the entire map. A brand-new place to play is coming sometime in the near future, but while we wait for that to happen, relive the end of season 10 in the video above.

Fortnite "Chapter 2" posted early on the Italian iOS store


We know that a big revamp is coming to Fortnite, but it appears the surprise has been leaked on the Italian iOS store. A listing for Fortnite: Chapter 2 went live on the store earlier today, but has since been yanked. As you can see in the image above, it does indeed look like we're getting an all-new map. The listing also had a video tied to it, which you can see some of here.

Thanks to Dondom95 for the heads up!


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