How Fortnite Was Made: A Brief History
If you’re a Fortnite player, you know that the game has come a long way since its humble beginnings. But have you ever wondered how Fortnite came to be the massive phenomenon it is today? Well, grab some popcorn and settle in, because we’re about to take a trip down memory lane and learn how Fortnite was made.
It all started back in 2011, when a small game development studio called Epic Games released a game called “Fortnite: Save the World.” The game was a cooperative survival game where players had to defend themselves against hordes of zombies. It was a decent game, but it didn’t really take off like Epic Games had hoped.
Fast forward to 2017, and Epic Games decided to give Fortnite another shot. They released a new game mode called “Fortnite: Battle Royale,” which was a free-to-play, last-player-standing game inspired by the popular game “PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds.”
At first, Fortnite: Battle Royale didn’t really catch on. But then, something amazing happened. A popular streamer named Tyler “Ninja” Blevins started playing the game on his stream, and suddenly, everyone wanted to play Fortnite. The game exploded in popularity, and within a few months, it was one of the most popular games in the world.
Today, Fortnite is a global phenomenon with millions of players, hundreds of millions of dollars in revenue, and even its own World Cup. It’s hard to believe that this all started with a small game development studio and a free-to-play game mode. But that’s the magic of Fortnite: it just keeps on growing and evolving.
So, there you have it, a brief history of how Fortnite was made. It’s a tale of perseverance, luck, and a little bit of ninja magic. Who knows what the future holds for Fortnite, but one thing is for sure: it’s not going away anytime soon.