Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout developer Mediatonic is forcing The Brands to fight in the name of charity. The game’s official account tweeted today that because “the thirst from brands has been unreal,” it will create a special costume to the highest bidder. All proceeds will go to Special Effect, a UK-based charity for gamers with physical disabilities. Since its release earlier this month, Fall Guys has become an instant hit. In the first 24 hours following its launch, the game drew more than 1.5 million players. The battle royale game supports up to 60 players in a series of mini-game matches; players are eliminated through several rounds of randomly picked games before a final player emerges victorious. Part of the game’s fun is... Continue reading…
Earlier today, we reported that Google and Apple have kicked off Epic Games’ Fortnite from their respective Play Store and App Store. In fact, Epic ... The post Fortnite kicked off from Play Store, here’s how you can still download it! appeared first on Gizchina.com.
Google is also losing a significant (but substantially smaller) amount.
While Fortnite is not available from Google Play, Android players have other ways to download the popular battle royale game.
Photo by Vjeran Pavic / The Verge Game developer and publisher Epic Games has filed a lawsuit against Apple following the removal of the iOS version of its battle royale game Fortnite from the App Store earlier today. The legal complaint, filed in the US District Court for the Northern District of California, seeks to establish Apple’s App Store as a monopoly, and the civil suit is seeking injunctive relief to “allow fair competition” in mobile app distribution. Epic effectively provoked Apple’s removal of Fortnite earlier today when it implemented its own payment processing system into the iOS version of the battle royale hit, an apparent violation of Apple’s App Store guidelines. “Epic brings this suit to end Apple’s unfair and anti-competitive actions that Apple... Continue reading…
Fortnite seems to be experiencing a bug involving cars, which isn’t surprising considering that they were just added to the game days ago. Players who have been with the battle royale game for a while have dealt with their fair share of bugs, many of which are minor and some of which are even beneficial (assuming you don’t get banned … Continue reading
Image: Ubisoft Ubisoft entered the crowded battle royale market yesterday with Hyper Scape, a new first-person shooter promising a unique twist on the crowded formula. Ahead of its release, the game looked like it had potential to be a big hit on Twitch, even topping the streaming giant’s most-viewed charts the day it was announced and its technical test first went live. Sadly, the hype for Ubisoft’s futuristic free-to-play game has fallen off significantly, as it’s now pulling in abysmal viewership just one day after release on console and PC. As of this afternoon, Hyper Scape has over 240,000 followers and just 11,000 viewers tuning in to watch various content creators stream it live. (Compare that to Fall Guys, another battle royale game that... Continue reading…
PUBG Mobile, the version of the battle royale game designed for smartphones and tablets, is now available with support for 90fps gameplay…but only on certain OnePlus phones. The companies announced a partnership last week that gives OnePlus 7T series, 7 Pro, and 8 series device owners access to this smoother gameplay, but that exclusively won’t last forever. Certain countries are … Continue reading
Some of these games offer hundreds of hours of content without requiring you to break out a single dollar.
Tencent Games is now planning to bring the 90fps gameplay mode to its popular battle royale game dubbed PUBG Mobile. It’s not the first mobile ... The post OnePlus devices to exclusively support PUBG Mobile at 90fps appeared first on Gizchina.com.
The Joy Ride update will hit Wednesday.
Ubisoft plans to release the full version of its battle royale amid harassment scandals
The developer previously denied plans for the mode
Garena Free Fire is preparing for theft and armed robbery with the help of the popular Netflix series “Money Heist.” Garena Free Fire was the most downloaded action game of 2019 and is now joining hands with a Spanish series.This is happening for a limited-time event that will include a new game mode, new gears, and new outfits for fans.Garena Free Fire is also a battle royale game similar to PUBG and COD.Garena Free Fire made a lot of improvements after the release and is now ready to step into the bigger league by working with a popular series.Garena Free Fire is a mobile battle royale game, and that’s the biggest reason it earned a great number of fans in a short period.In popular battle royale games, Garena Free Fire is also featured.The following announcement was made on the Garena Free Fire YouTube channel this week.In this crossover, players can play the new mode based on the series.
Epic’s hit battle royale game has received another superhero tie-in, this one in the form of a new pickaxe and style related to a different game: Marvel’s Avengers from Square Enix. The game itself isn’t launching until early September, but a beta version is available now for players who have an Xbox One or PlayStation 4. How do you get … Continue reading
Later on this fall season, Respawn’s hit battle royale game Apex Legends will be released on Steam, giving PC players a new way to download and play the game. That release will be joined by a special perk restricted to those who download the title on Steam: exclusive gun charms. Electronic Arts is showing off all three charms ahead of … Continue reading
The new battle royale will be free for PSN users when it launches on August 4
Last month, India banned 59 Chinese apps including TikTok, WeChat, and UC Browser after tension between both nations at the border. The country’s government is now inspecting to ban 275 more China-originated apps including popular battle royale game PlayerUnknown’s BattleGround (PUBG) and ByteDance‘s music app Resso. According to a report from the Economic Times, government officials have created a list of 275 apps that might be violating security measures and user privacy. Apart from PUBG and Resso, the list includes ecommerce app AliExpress from Alibaba and photo-sharing app ULike. India moved to ban 59 Chinese apps after more than 20 of… This story continues at The Next Web
The battle royale genre is already saturated with great games, but that doesn't seem to have deterred Ubisoft.