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Fortnite Is Finally Getting Rid of Something Fans Hate – ComicBook.com

There’s already been quite a lot to take in in Season 5 of Fortnite, which has reimagined the Battle Royale in some surprising ways. In addition to including characters from iconic franchises like Star Wars: The Mandalorian, God of War, and Halo, the new season has brought in some dynamic new Battle Pass avatars and NPCs. According to a new post on the game’s official social media accounts, a new update will bring the removal – at least, partially – of one of the game’s most controversial NPCs. In a series of tweets, which you can check out below, Fortnite will be removing the IO Guards from the game’s Arena mode.

Of course, this doesn’t mean that the IO Guards will be out of the traditional Battle Royale mode, but they will no longer be causing a problem during the ranked Arena matches. Given how overpowered many Fortnite fans regard the IO Guards to be – as they have the ability to knock out an unsuspecting player in just a few shots – it’s definitely a welcomed detail.

Season 5 of Fortnite has already brought fans a lot of unexpected characters, including Star Wars‘ The Mandalorian, Halo‘s Master Chief, God of War‘s Kratos, The Walking Dead‘s Michonne and Daryl Dixon, DC’s Green Arrow, and Marvel’s Captain Marvel, Black Panther, and Taskmaster.

“The reason why we called this season ‘Nexus War’ is this is just the start,” Mustard said during a podcast appearance last year. “This is just the start of lots of stuff we have planned for many years in this Marvel integration. This is not the end; this is the beginning.”

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Atlanta United, Seattle Sounders and LAFC join Fortnite – MLSsoccer.com

Fortnite is integrating soccer into its game for 2021, and is including three MLS clubs in Atlanta United, LAFC, and the Seattle Sounders.

Beginning January 23, players of the hugely popular online game will be able to support their team by wearing an outfit in-game from the Kickoff Set, a collection of outfits inspired by different clubs’ looks. The list includes 23 clubs across five continents, including three MLS clubs.

Additionally, the game partnered with Brazilian legend Pele for the Pele Cup, beginning January 20. The winner of the cup will get the chance to win a signed shirt and the Kickoff Set for free. The winner of the Pele Cup can also win the Air Punch Emote, inspired by Pele’s trademark celebration, which will also be available to purchase on January 23.

Outside of the Pele Cup, players will also be able to create and play in their own soccer tournaments.

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Epic pledges $20 million for Fortnite esports in 2021 – The Verge

Fortnite developer Epic says that, for 2021, the game’s competitive scene will have a prize pool of $20 million. That’s a step up from last year’s total of $17 million — though it’s not as massive as the 2019 World Cup, where $30 million was on the line.

The news comes as Epic provided details on the latest season of the Fortnite Champion Series, the game’s highest level of competition. The developer previously said that all competitions would take place online, and today, it revealed more details about the schedule: qualifiers will kick off on February 4th, with the finals starting on March 12th. In a nod to the global nature of the game, there will also be three new, separate broadcasts with commentary in French, German, and Spanish.

There are a number of other format and scoring changes; you can check Epic’s blog post for the full rundown. “Our overall goal is to create better consistency throughout the year and tie the 2021 seasons together for a more cohesive experience,” Epic says.

As for the prize pool, there will be four seasons of the FNCS in 2021, with a total of $3 million in prize money for each. But Epic says there are additional tournaments on the way. “We also have plans for mid and end of year competitions where we will bring together the top performing FNCS players in each region in multiple competitive formats,” the developer explains. The remaining $8 million will serve as the prize money for these yet-to-be-determined tournaments.

Meanwhile, earlier today, Epic revealed a new partnership that will see 23 different professional soccer teams featured in the game.

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Football in Fortnite: New sport collaboration is ‘just the start’ – BBC News

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Man City to feature in Fortnite as part of collaboration with Epic Games and FaZe Clan – Manchester Evening News

Have you ever wanted your player to wear a Man City kit in Fortnite? Well, now you can, because all-new City emotes, outfits, skins and more will be included within the game for the first time after the club announced a collaboration with Epic Games.

Starting on Sunday January 24, Fortnite players will be able to choose from 10 different variants of new “Kickoff Set” outfits to represent their favourite club in-game, with Epic Games celebrating global football in Fortnite.

Each outfit can be swapped to any of the 23 football clubs participating, with City one of the clubs featuring. Other clubs participating include West Ham United, Juventus, AC Milan, Inter Milan, Sevilla, Sporting CP, Celtic, Rangers and more.

Man City to feature in Fortnite as part of collaboration with Epic Games and FaZe Clan
Man City to feature in Fortnite as part of collaboration with Epic Games and FaZe Clan
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Fortnite players will be able to show their Manchester City pride with new emotes, outfits and tournaments within the game.

Additionally, players will be able to earn or purchase two new emotes, including a “Fancy Footwork” dribbling emote.

To celebrate the launch, City, FaZe Clan and Epic Games will collaborate to hold the FaZe City Cup, giving fans the opportunity to gain early access to new in-game emotes and outfits

The open-to-public event, starting on Thursday January 21, will be the first Fortnite tournament held by the Club and FaZe Clan and will see the top 50 duos pairings (top 100 players) earn early access to the Manchester City skin and special in-game emotes.

This tournament is a another example of City’s partnership with FaZe Clan, the most prominent and influential esports and entertainment organisation in the world, which was announced by the club back in 2019, expanding the City’s esports offering to global audiences.

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Nuria Tarre, Chief Marketing Officer at City Football Group, said: “The FaZe City Cup featuring Fortnite is an exciting first for the club in one of the most popular gaming titles globally and we hope fans worldwide will get involved in the competition and wear their Manchester City outfits in-game with pride.”

“Given their significant existing presence within Fortnite, we are delighted to partner with FaZe Clan on this competition.

“It is further testament to our partnership with FaZe Clan, through which we will continue to explore opportunities to bring our fans new and immersive ways to engage with the Club.”

Lee Trink, FaZe Clan CEO, said: “The FaZe City Cup featuring Fortnite is an important illustration of our groundbreaking partnership with Manchester City.

“Alongside Manchester City, we are thrilled to be a part of a competitive tournament in Fortnite. We look forward to building on this tournament and hope to produce more entertaining competitions in the future.”

Nate Nanzer, Head of Global Partnerships at Epic Games, said: “Football is consistently one of the top sports that our players tell us they want to see and experience in Fortnite.

“We’re excited to collaborate with Manchester City to bring ‘the beautiful game’ to Fortnite fans around the world as they face off in competitive tournaments, experience new creative modes of gameplay, and celebrate global football.”

Fortnite is a hugely popular video game which has over 350 million registered players worlwide as of April 2020. In April 2020 alone, players spent over 3.2 billion hours in game, making it one of the most played video games worldwide.

The most popular version of the game is Fortnite Battle Royale, a player-versus-player game for up to 100 players, who are able to play on their own or in teams, with the winner being the last player or team standing.

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Atlanta United’s iconic “Five Stripes” kit is coming to Fortnite – Dirty South Soccer

Atlanta United fans have been begging for the club’s first-ever home kit — affectionately referred to as the “Five Stripes” — to return. Well, they’re finally coming back but not in the way you’d expect.

Atlanta United has been selected as one of 23 soccer clubs around the world to be incoporated as a virtual skin within the video game Fortnite.

“This is an exciting opportunity to expand the Atlanta United brand and reach a young, tech savvy audience,” said Vice President of Business Operations Catie Griggs. “It’s a testament to our club and our brand that we were one of only 23 teams across the globe selected for this opportunity. This gives our fans another way to show off their Five Stripes pride.”

The Five Stripes kit along with 22 other kits from clubs such as Inter Milan, Juventus, Manchester City, LAFC and Seattle Sounders will be available in the Fortnite item shop for a week starting on January 23.

Atlanta United will be hosting their own Fortnite tournament for fans to compete in a couple of days prior to release on Thursday, January 21 at 5:00 p.m. ET. There you will have a chance to win the skin early.

You can register to play in the tournament here.

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Fortnite Remains King of Event Viewership – Weekly Twitch Top 10s, Jan. 11-17 – The Esports Observer

The League of Legends esports season kicked off over the weekend with the world’s top region also leading in viewership. Influencers are continuing to change the shape of Twitch through collaboration and event-based streaming.

Twitch’s Top Channel – TheGrefg


Spanish YouTuber and streamer David “TheGrefg” Cánovas Martínez has become the latest streamer to shatter the platform’s all-time viewership record. More than 2M concurrent viewers tuned in on Jan. 11 to watch the reveal of his official in-game Fortnite skin. The skin is part of the Icon Series which also features Tyler “Ninja” Blevins (a previous viewership record holder who reached 635K concurrent viewers in 2018 during his stream with rapper Drake).

Martínez’s 6.39M hours watched for the week highlights the strong point of Fortnite on Twitch. While average daily viewership for the game may be down over its heyday in 2018/2019, it commands a powerful audience for each and every major event. From the Black Hole to Galactus to the Travis Scott concert, many of Twitch’s strongest category peaks have all come from big Fortnite events.

This most recent event highlights another important recent trend on Twitch: the rise of Spanish streamers. Each week, multiple spots on the Top 10 are taken up by Spanish-language streamers, and their numbers continue to grow. Just this past week, third place was taken by Raúl “AuronPlay” Álvarez Genes.

Twitch’s Top Content – Rust

Over the last two weeks, many regular Twitch viewers steadily saw more and more of their favorite streamers suddenly invest their time in an open-world survival simulation game called Rust. The new trend was kicked off by OfflineTV – a content creation collective that includes a number of powerhouse streamers including Imane “Pokimane” Anys and Jeremy “Disguised Toast” Wang.

The group created a server within Rust where streamers could play with one another, essentially creating a survival ecosystem populated entirely with popular content creators. In essence, the Rust server is the continuation of the collaboration trend for streamers popularized by Among Us (a category that saw heavy participation from many OfflineTV members).

Where Among Us was limited to 10-streamer pods playing together at once, the open nature of Rust allows for an entirely different scale of collaboration. With so many streamers engaging with one another at once, it is no surprise that Rust was able to surpass Just Chatting for the week and generate nearly 60M hours watched.

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City collaborate with FaZe Clan to bring football to Fortnite – Manchester City FC

Manchester City is collaborating with Epic Games (“Epic”) and City’s innovative partner FaZe Clan, the most prominent and influential esports and entertainment organisation in the world, to celebrate global football in Fortnite, alongside more than 20 other clubs around the world.

Starting 24 January (GMT), players can choose from 10 different variants of new “Kickoff Set” outfits to represent their favourite club in-game.

Each outfit can be swapped to any of the 23 football clubs participating, including Manchester City. 

Additionally, players will be able to earn or purchase two new emotes, including a “Fancy Footwork” dribbling emote.

To celebrate the launch, City and FaZe Clan have partnered to hold the FaZe City Cup Fea-turing Fortnite on 21 January.

The open-to-public event will be the first Fortnite tournament held by the Club and FaZe Clan and will see the top 50 duos pairings (top 100 players) earn early access to the Man-chester City skin and special in-game emotes.

This activity builds on City’s already successful partnership with FaZe Clan, which has created new experiences for fans of both football and esports since it began in 2019, expanding the Club’s esports offering to global audiences.

Throughout the partnership, City footballers, legends and esports players have teamed up with FaZe Clan talent to create engaging content and launch limited-edition product collaborations, as well as hosting each other at events in Manchester and Los Angeles.

Nuria Tarre, Chief Marketing Officer at City Football Group, said: “The FaZe City Cup featuring Fortnite is an exciting first for the club in one of the most popular gaming titles globally and we hope fans worldwide will get involved in the competition and wear their Manchester City outfits in-game with pride.”

“Given their significant existing presence within Fortnite, we are delighted to partner with FaZe Clan on this competition.

“It is further testament to our partnership with FaZe Clan, through which we will continue to explore opportunities to bring our fans new and immersive ways to engage with the Club.”

Lee Trink, FaZe Clan CEO, said: “The FaZe City Cup featuring Fortnite is an important illustration of our groundbreaking partnership with Manchester City.

“Alongside Manchester City, we are thrilled to be a part of a competitive tournament in Fortnite. We look forward to building on this tournament and hope to produce more entertaining competitions in the future.”

Nate Nanzer, Head of Global Partnerships at Epic Games, said: “Football is consistently one of the top sports that our players tell us they want to see and experience in Fortnite.

“We’re excited to collaborate with Manchester City to bring ‘the beautiful game’ to Fortnite fans around the world as they face off in competitive tournaments, experience new creative modes of gameplay, and celebrate global football.”

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Football and Pelé join forces with Fortnite | CNN | wfmz.com – WFMZ Allentown

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The Fortnite Baby Yoda back bling is causing problems in matches – PC Invasion

Fortnite has brought the world of Marvel, DC, Star Wars and more to the battle royale. Also, clues are pointing to another crossover which appears to be with the Predator franchise. However, some of the cosmetics have become problematic. Recently, the customizable superhero skins have come under fire as they have been accused of being pay-to-win. This is because players were making their skins fully black, allowing them to lurk in the shadows during matches. However, a new bug has demonstrated the complete opposite. The Child back bling, better known as the Baby Yoda back bling, has been been accused of being a pay-to-lose feature by the Fortnite community. Increasingly, this has caused frustrations among players who have earned the cosmetic.

A Fortnite fan posted a clip on Reddit, demonstrating the issue. As you can see, the Baby Yoda back bling blocks half of the screen when the player aims down sight. This is a significant problem as it can prevent you from getting kills and hinder your chance of getting a victory. It appears that nothing can be done to improve the camera viewpoint. Further into the Reddit thread, additional players also shared their frustrations and similar experiences with the item.

Baby Yoda does not seem so cute anymore

Unlocking the Baby Yoda back bling is not a simple task to take on. You have to reach level 100 on the battle pass which means completing challenges and grinding the game as much as possible. Understandably, players are disappointed to discover that their high level reward is in fact broken.

Currently, Epic Games has yet to respond to the problem. Until then, you may want to avoid using the Baby Yoda back bling in your Fortnite matches for the time being. You can keep track of the bugs and glitches that the developers are working on by using the Fortnite Trello Board.

You can’t see where you’re aiming at all when using The Child pet sometimes, either make him see-through when aiming or move him more to the left, please get this to the frontpage so Epic Games can see this. from FortNiteBR

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