The Character Class From Fortnite Is Really Fun

  • Cross-progression is among the most impressive things about Fortnite: Battle Royale. I am able to play the same accounts an unlock benefits if I am in my fortnite traps, my PC, or my phone, which are my three chief platforms as of today. But now I'll be substituting the PS4 aspect of the equation with Xbox One and Switch: a superior installation, however, one that will require me to use my alternate account.

    Heavy is the head, however, and Sony's inflexible stance on cross-progression is looking pretty frustrating next to the now wide-open Microsoft.

    It's going to be difficult for Sony to walk the Fortnite thing back, even if it might eventually make a wider escape. Lots of players like me will have begun alternative accounts and arleady shaped a kernel of resentment against the PlayStation. The game is far up, but it is not Sony's greatest moment.

    Update: I have seen some confusion on Twitter, so it should be clear that unlinking your own PSN accounts does not enable you to migrate your Epic account to Xbox Switch and One. The account is labeled as having been connected to PSN, and it won't be changed. The Epic Games site is very clear about this when you try to unlink your accounts --notice the previous box.

    It Feels Pretty Clear What Fortnite's Road Trip Challenge Skin Is Going To Be

    Just like Season 4, Fortnite: Battle Royale Season 5 comes with an ultimate trophy. Last season we had the Blockbuster Challenge, which requested us to finish seven complete weeks of rewarded and challenges us with a puzzle legendary skin for out troubles, along with special narrative-based loading screens along the way. In Season 5, More News  is the same thing, only this time it's known as the"Road Trip" Challenge. And I believe I have a pretty good idea what it is going to look like, or what wide aesthetic genre it fits into. It is always possible Epic is floating a red herring down my stream, but at this point I am willing to go out on a limb.