Fortnite is an insanely popular battle royale title known for its generous gameplay, having around 250 million users in 2019. The player gets to do pretty much anything in the game for achieving success, and that can come only one way: defeating all the other opponents from a match. Fortnite was released only three years ago for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, Android, iOS, Microsoft Windows, and Macintosh operating systems.
Furthermore, Fortnite awaits significant improvements for its next updates, and one of them is the possibility of the player to swim underwater.
Swimming underwater will only be temporary in Fortnite
The offer is limited for those willing to experience underwater swimming in Fortnite: the update will only be available for the new live event occurring this week. Unfortunately, nobody knows for sure yet how the feature will be included in the actual game, but it’s still a highlight to look for and explore by the gamers as soon as it arrives.
Swimming in Fortnite isn’t a totally new thing for the fans at all, but the ability to dive deep below the water surface is a feature that was needed. The dataminer Skin-Tracker reveals us more on Twitter:
Will show more when everything else is done pic.twitter.com/MHlYkjGtVS
— Skin-Tracker (@SkinTrackerCom) April 21, 2020
Fortnite doesn’t require a high configuration for those willing to enjoy the game on a PC. These are the minimum required specs:
- Operating System: Windows 7
- CPU: Core i3 of 2.4 GHz
- RAM: 8 GB
- GPU: Intel HD 4000
If you’re still not convinced that Fortnite is worth playing, maybe this description from Microsoft’s website will convince you:
“Fortnite is the completely free multiplayer game where you and your friends collaborate to create your dream Fortnite world or battle to be the last one standing. Play both Battle Royale and Fortnite Creative for FREE. Download now and jump into the action.”
Do you have what it takes to hop into Fortnite?
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