Okay, so he didn’t actually delete Fortnite, it’s a joke, but… would it be such a bad thing if he did? I mean, it’s probably more useful than a cyborg dragon, although I guess a robot apocalypse would solve this problem at the same time, anyway.
Epic Games has confirmed that Fortnite’s next update, expected to drop sometime today, features a new, in-game tournament mode. Starting tomorrow with a regular schedule of events until November, tournaments are open to everybody and include solo, duo, and squad competitions.
In today’s edition of You Can’t Make This Stuff Up, Fortnite developer Epic Games has filed a lawsuit against not exactly subtle YouTube streamer Brandon “Golden Modz” Lucas and his occasional partner Colton “Excentric” Conter for promoting the former’s premium “magical powers” to his more than 1.7 million subscribers, citing copyright infringement, breach of contract, and tortious interference, and not citing egregious stupidity but definitely implying it.
Epic Games announced yesterday that it’s acquiring game tech firm Kamu, known throughout the industry for its EasyAntiCheat (EAC) software. Based in Finland, Kamu has been in the anti-cheat business since 2013 and has made its reputation – and considerable cashflow – by protecting more than 80 games, many of them online multiplayer titles which are subject to lots of hacking.
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