In addition, Epic also revealed that over 30 million players have taken part in Fortnite Battle Royale since it launched in July.
The new "50 versus 50" game mode was announced at the Game Awards this evening, alongside a trailer showing off some gameplay of it in action.
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Epic Games has revealed a new limited time mode coming to Fortnite: Battle Royale tonight at The Game Awards. While these updates have been well-received, some fans are still waiting to see cross-play added back to Fortnite after it was removed earlier this year.
Fortnite Battle Royale has become a much-needed twist on the Battle Royale formula established by the likes of PUBG, with it presenting a more casual approach to the genre that has seen it become a big hit on Twitch. This continued development displays why Fortnite was nominated for the best multiplayer title of 2017 alongside COD: World War II, Splatoon 2, Mario Kart 8, Destiny 2, and PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds. Epic has also stated that it's found a way to reduce the size of future patches for Fortnite, so update v1.1.0 should be the last one that's aproximately 10 GB.