The record-setting battle royale title Fortnite continues to generate revenue on iOS at an unprecedented pace. New data from SensorTower this week shows that Fortnite revenue has crossed $300 million since it originally launched, with a whopping $20 million of that coming in the last week alone.
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An online service that helps unhappy spouses file for divorce claims that ‘addiction to Fortnite‘ has been cited in 200 divorces so far this year …
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[Update: A tweet from Epic Games Senior PR representative today says that they aren’t planning on bringing Fortnite to Apple TV. “References to tvOS in the Fortnite files are the result of general Unreal Engine support for the Apple TV platform.” ]
At this point, there’s not many platforms that the battle royale phenomenon hasn’t landed on. Fortnite is available on PC/Mac, the major consoles, iOS and now Android this month. However, one device that doesn’t support it is Apple TV, but that could be changing soon.
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Fortnite for iOS updated w/ exclusive one-year anniversary content, return of Playground Mode
Fortnite for iOS, which has been a monster success since its release earlier this year, has been updated today with a handful of notable features and changes. The update brings the app to version 5.1…