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Epic Games Introduces Combat-Free Party Royale To Fortnite

Posted on April 30, 2020 by Nick Moreno

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Once again, Epic Games’ Fortnite became another topic of discussion recently as the developer has just opened a new game mode for players to take on in the very popular battle royale. However, instead of the expected guns blazing zaniness that the game personified into popularity over the past couple of years, this new addition instead tames the flame for those just looking to have a good time.

Dubbed ‘Party Royale’, Fornite dataminer @Lucas7Yoshi on Twitter shared details of the coming game mode back on Tuesday disclosing certain aspects this new experience will offer. Namely fun hub for people who just want to entertain themselves with friends by discounting the entire combat system.

“Welcome to Party Royale! All chill, no sweat. Leave your weapons and mats behind and hang out with friends, play games, perfect your skydive, and more. The party’s just getting started,” the announcement for the game reads provided. Even more, popular influencers were also contacted on the matter to advertise the new addition.

Known YouTuber HYPEXXX shared the information through an email that was sent on Party Royale. However, unlike previously undisclosed announcement, it looks the latest update is the first not requiring social media personalities to sign a Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA). “Party Royale. All chill, no sweat,” the subtitle for the new mode reads in the email.

The official debut of the mode is suggested to go live this coming Friday according to the email, but the port of entry for Party Royale shows to already be open. Offering a newly unique but smaller island for occupants to play games and enjoy the time spent with users online. The update also douses other tweaks and adjustments like retuned aim assist and altering the damage output for heavy sniper rifles.

In recent news regarding Fortnite, the game was previously met with a record breaking 12+ million concurrent player count this past weekend. This comes as a result from the three-day Travis Scott Astronomical concert held in-game. You can read the full report by heading here.

Are you interested in seeing what the noise is all about for Party Royale?

Fortnite is out now for PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC, Nintendo Switch, iOS, and Android.

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