I have a feeling that these meteors may be ushering in a new theme for Season 4 if Fortnite Battle Royale, which could see the introduction of superhero outfits, and superhero-themed harvesters and gliders.
According to SuperData, Fortnite generated $223 million in revenue in March alone, making it the game's best month yet. The game is completely free to download and play, but has optional purchases for things like character skins, emotes, and other cosmetic items.
While it is the top grossing console title for March 2018, the money has been derived from all platforms, and Epic has made Fortnite available just about everywhere. However, after the success of "Battlegrounds" and the battle royale genre, and "Fortnite's" own take on it, the game's taken over the pop-culture lexicon.
A staggeringly popular co-op survival shooter for PC and console, Fortnite has you building structures to survive against zombies.
Since then, the speculation has ramped up, with developers Epic Games teasing more and more - television sets began to act strangely, and there were signs posted around the map which seemed to indicate some sort of cosmic activity. Players utilize gaming mics to talk to their friends in-game, and a cacophony of cheers is heard whenever a player eliminates another player, and is awarded with their loot, which can include a wide range of fun and cleverly designed weapons and gadgets.
The majority of the most interesting information about this is actually about Save the World.
Stay tuned on Wccftech to get all the latest rumors and leaks as we get closer to the Electronic Entertainment Expo, the year's biggest event in the industry. Last week Ninja broke that record again with a Fortnite stream viewed by 680,000 people at once.
"Battle Royale" players started seeing meteorites hitting the ground in the game. Fortnite is continuing to expand its offerings, with new updates coming soon.