Playing Fortnite is a lot of fun when you aren't getting filled with holes or kissing other players' Infinity Gauntlets. Looking for weapons? Exciting. Chopping down trees? Soothing, in a Ron Swanson-like way. Scavenging for items across the map? Just think of how much fun they will be to not use when another player riddles you with bullets from halfway across the map.
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Fortnite is the biggest video game in the universe. If you're not playing it, your kids are and if you think your kids aren't playing it, sorry, you're wrong. Season 4 (and patch v4.0) has finally crash-landed on Epic's servers and there are some huge changes on the way.
Here's what you need to know about Fornite Season 4 and all the changes to the world's most played video game.
There are plenty of accounts from dismayed parents about how they're losing their kids to Fortnite, the wildly popular video game that's consuming kids' days, destroying some schools and spawning neighbourhood support groups. Less hyperbolic, but just as concerning, are the the reports from mums and dads who are losing actual cash because their young players made in-game purchases without them knowing.
Fortnite is an online multiplayer video game. You've probably heard its name a lot recently. It's very popular. Your kid is probably playing it. A host of Australian NRL players have been celebrating tries with Fortnite poses and, hey, Drake is notoriously big on it.
If you're struggling to keep up... We can help.