8 Funny Facts About Fortnite

8 Funny Facts About Fortnite

1. Mini Version Of The Fortnite Map

Have you ever wondered how it would be like to be a giant in Fortnite? Well, now you can try just that! Fortnite player P_Rec has created this tiny version of the Fortnite map in creative mode. Check it out yourself here: 5320-7315-4181.

Fortnite tiny version of the map in creative mode

2. IRL Fortnite Dance World Record

Fortnite dances and emotes is a major part of the game. Especially throughout mid-2018, Fortnite dances took over the internet and the real world. Therefore, Epic Games obviously wanted to make this phenomenon into a world record. That’s exactly what they did in Paris the 28th of October 2018. Check out the video posted of the record here

3. Fortnite On Final Exam In School

Ever thought about Fortnite while in class? Most of us probably have, but that’s all the Fortnite we get in school. However, that’s not the case for a particular high school in Ohio, USA. A couple of students persuaded their chemistry to include Fortnite on their exam if they reached 6.7k retweets on a tweet. They reached the goal, so the teacher incorperated Fortnite into their exam. Here is the tweet, which reached more than 16k retweets.

4. Fortnite Dance To Celebrate Goal

Even profesional football players love a good Fortnite dance. Back in April of 2018, football player Dele Alli did the floss dance as a celebration after scoring a goal. Check it out for yourself in the video below

5. How Almost All Locations Are Named

Until season 7, all locations on the Fortnite map were all named the same way. You might not have noticed it, but every location consists of two words, starting with the same letter. For example Tilted Towers, Retail Row or Fatal Fields. With the introduction of The Block, this naming method was broken, however. The new areas in season 8 are named with the classic method though, Lazy Lagoon and Sunny Steps.

Fortnite location names on map season 8

6. Fortnite’s Fight Against Apex Legends

With the release of Apex Legends in February of 2019, Fortnite had to take measures against the new popular battle royale. These measures included giving away free items and battle passes. However, Fortnite also began targeting the keyword Apex Legends with their ads on Google. This got a lot of attention on different social media platforms and the Fortnite subreddit.

7. Fortnite Made $2.4 Billion In 2018

Fortnite advertises itself as a free-to-play game, and while that might be true, it was one of the most profitable games in 2018. Epic Games made a stackering estimated $2.4 billion in 2018 on Fortnite through sales of skins, cosmetics, and other in-game items.

8. Fortnite Has Been Around For Ages

Most people belive Fortnite has only been around since mid 2017, however, that is far from true. The original Fortnite game was released all the way back in 2011. Fortnite, the pve version, isn’t really what players associate with Fortnite though, and it is true that the battle royale version was released in 2017.

Jack Roque

Jack is an avid gamer who isn't afraid to take on a challenge. Having been a gamer his entire life, Jack is interested in multiple genres of both desktop and mobile games. Thus, he writes on a wide variety of titles. With thousands of hours of game time in popular titles such as League of Legends, Fortnite, Call of Duty, World of Warcraft, and Minecraft, Jack has experienced most video game genres. Throughout his life, he has achieved impressive results in many of these games, reaching high-diamond at his peak in LoL, attaining more than 1000 solo wins in Fortnite, and collected multiple Cutting Edge achievements in WoW. Jack started his career as an online content creator and writer back in 2017. After working in several industries, he knew that he wanted to combine his passion for gaming with his content creation skills, thus he became a writer at Gamerempire.net. Besides his efforts here, Jack contributes to other outlets - making tier lists for Tierlistmania, business-related posts for Medium, and more. You can connect with Jack on Twitter.

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