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Would you like to play Fortnite: Battle Royale with more players?

There's no particular reason that most Battle Royale games have stuck to 100 players per match, it's just a nice round number that ensures plenty of people are around for you to shoot in the face - and for you to be shot by. "I think there's a lot of technological considerations for something like that".

I love making cinematics and I love this emote... It is already known that the popularity of battle royale games has skyrocketed ever since "PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds" was released.

There's no word yet on the release of the other legendary skins, but this one may prove extremely desirable thanks to its unique and unsettling appearance. Williamson does say that it's not something he sees coming to the game in the near future, but it could happen at some point in the future.

There's no doubt that Epic Game's third-person shooter, Fortnite is a hot topic of conversation amongst most gamers. Every week players get new content and updates to keep the game fresh and interesting. These are newly added areas in the latest update, and you'll have to find a total of three to do your thing on in order to pass this challenge.

This clip courtesy of Reddit user Splaticuss shows the great detail which the replay mode goes into, even showing a close up shot of the bullet shell falling in slow motion from the hunting rifle. "They allow us to do things we couldn't do in the core game. they give us the opportunity to break the game and tip everything on its head". Turn things around and try different stuff.

Expanding the game beyond 100 players doesn't appear to be a priority for Epic Games at the moment, but they'll hopefully have some plans for doing so in the future.

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