Fortnite Devs Consider Expanding Matches to Over 100 Players


Fortnite Devs Consider Expanding Matches to Over 100 Players

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Speaking in the latest issue of the Official PlayStation Magazine (via Wccftech), Epic Games' Eric Williamson, design lead for Fortnite, spoke about the possibility of expanding the game to more than 100 players in each match. I mean, personally, I would love to try it.

Fortnite went through a series of problems beginning on Wednesday as the game bean to log players out of the game and place them in a queue. Further changes are coming soon, including an updated 50v50 Limited Time Mode.

One huge trend relating to Fortnite has been the creation of fan art depicting key aspects of the game.

There's no doubt that Epic Game's third-person shooter, Fortnite is a hot topic of conversation amongst most gamers. Additionally, there are four sets of five Battle Stars for the normal difficulty tasks, while hard challenges will each award players with 10 Battle Stars. It's not something that is easy to map from one to the other.

In the same interview, Williamson also revealed that Epic is looking at better ways to integrate the PvP and PvE modes, where classes can make a big difference.

The new Fortnite Week 9 challenges have been revealed earlier than expected, thanks to the Fortnite tracker app which reads hidden data found within the game's files. "They allow us to do things we couldn't do in the core game. they give us the opportunity to break the game and tip everything on its head".

Each class has different collision "volumes" on the different characters.

"Those are really fun palate cleansers", Williamson said about the Limited Time Modes. One of the game's devs even chimed in on Reddit, saying it's "totally on the list to try a progressive weapon load out LTM at some point".

Developers do say that the game won't immediately increase the player cap, but may slowly start off by introducing a game mode with more players.