Fortnite’s Save the World Game Mode Breaks Player Count Record
Fortnite’s Save the World game mode has reached an all-time active player high, with over 50,000 concurrent players, marking a significant milestone for the game.
When Fortnite first launched, Save the World was the core game mode, but it never reached the player count compared to the Battle Royale mode, causing Epic to shift its focus to the latter. However, the recent spike in popularity has renewed hope for the future of Save the World.
Season OG Attracts Thousands of Gamers
The recent surge in active players for Save the World can be attributed to the popularity of Season OG, one of the most successful seasons in recent memory. This has attracted thousands of new and returning players to the game, leading to the highest player count since the game’s release.
Season OG has seen the Battle Royale mode break its player count record earlier this week, further contributing to the overall success of Fortnite.
Renewed Hope for the Future of Save the World
The increased interest in the PvE game mode has sparked hope that Epic Games will start giving more attention to Save the World, instead of solely focusing on Battle Royale and Creative modes. However, it remains to be seen whether this will be the case in the long run.
It’s important to note that Save the World is not free, and players interested in trying out the game mode will need to purchase it. Despite initial promises of the mode becoming free, it remains a paid option for players, available with the Untask’d Courier Pack for R192.
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