First, there’s Fortnite: Save the World, a cooperative shooter-survival game where up to four players fight-off zombie-like creatures and defend structures they build. 
Second, in Fortnite Battle Royale, up to a hundred players have to fight on a map, and the last one standing wins. 
And last, in Fortnite Creative, players have the freedom to create their worlds and battle arenas. 


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Overall rating
The good
  • Runs on every platform
  • Colorful design
  • Improvisation-friendly
The bad
  • Slow progression
  • Extremely time-consuming
  • Slower mobile controls

Fortnite – Review


It’s hard to put Fortnite in one category or the other. In fact, the game covers most bases. Do you want to build? Check. You have an all-you-can-create game. Do you like to shoot things? Check. You have a battle arena. Do you like collecting items and boosts that could give you an edge? Boom. Fortnite has that too. Name it, Fortnite probably has it. The game is exceptionally improvisation-friendly. As a matter of fact, it’s probably a requirement to win. And no matter your preferred gaming platform, you can bet Fortnite is available to play. Besides, the game’s design has a refreshing color scheme, a much-needed change from the dull browns and beiges of most battle games. 


Fortnite has a lot of positive aspects, but the downsides are undeniable. For instance, items and boosts you might need would take a long time to collect, and the lamas you get don’t reliably provide essential items for your odds to win. So you end up having to spend a lot of time collecting everything you need to perform as well as the dedicated players with more time on their hands. And by the time the next update rolls out, you’re back to square one. Also, if you’re playing on mobile, you find yourself at a disadvantage. Building structures as defenses of attack strategies is an essential aspect of the game. However, controls on mobile are slower than on payable versions on console platforms, which lands you on a frustrating losing streak with the odd win. 

H4: Worth it?

If you have the time and patience to learn all the different tips and tricks of the game, it can be fun. Besides, not every game is for everyone, but Fortnite is excellent if you like the freedom to improvise, create, improve, and shoot. And if you want to try it for free, there are free-to-play versions on mobile platforms. 

The ultimate platform guide to Fortnite

This game is everywhere! So if you’re new to Fortnite, you can play it on every platform: PC/Mac, Xbox, Playstation, iOs, Android, and Nintendo Switch. 

How to play the game:

The game has three different game modes. First, there’s Fortnite: Save the World, a cooperative game with up to four players, where you have to collect resources, save survivors, and defend equipment from zombie-like creatures. 
Second, there’s Fortnite Battle Royale. As the name suggests, it’s a player vs. player game with up to a hundred participants. At the beginning of the match, you airdrop from a Battle Bus and scavenge for weapons, resources, and vehicles, and stay alive while attempting to eliminate everything that moves. You win when you’re the last one standing. 
Last, there’s Fortnite Creative, a sandbox game mode with complete freedom to create games and platforming challenges. 
All these modes have similar mechanics and controls. 
If you’re new to Fortnite, check out this video with A Complete Beginner’s Guide to Fortnite Battle Royale Let’s save the world!

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