Fortnite Season 7 Start Date And Teasers: A Plane, Ziplines, And Snowboarding

Joshua Bennett
December 6, 2018

2 Milly, the rapper who originated the "milly rock" dance, says that Epic Games, the game developer for the insanely popular first-person shooter Fortnite, stole his dance and wants royalties for its use in game, according to TMZ.

A whole new mode will be joining Fortnite after Season 7 of the game begins.

Following the start of the server downtime players should start to see and hear details of what to expect from the games new battle pass, skins as well as a new trailer.

All Fortnite players will be able to access Creative from December 13, but Season 7 Battle Pass owners will get to give it a spin early on December 6 when the latest Season goes live.

We are one day away from when the latest season of Fortnite commences and things are about to get a whole lot cooler in battle royale - literally.

'As a developer ourselves, we've always wanted access to a store with fair revenue-sharing that gives us direct access to our customers, ' commented Tim Sweeney, founder and CEO of Epic Games, during a chinwag with Variety. The initial announcement has drawn attention and praise from throughout the video game industry for a surprisingly thorough and favorable arrangement for publishers, particularly independent publishers, on the platform.

While Fortnite Creative promises to be a fairly in-depth mode, Epic warns that it'll be launching in a "rough" state.

The online store from Epic, which will compete alongside Valve's Steam and EA's Origin in offering third-party PC and Mac games, will have an 88/12 percent split between developers and Epic Games. Epic struck gold with their free-to-play game, but it's seen their other games take a back seat. The 10,000-strong Epic Games Support-A-Creator program helps you reach creators, so they can help you reach players. Epic can cut commissions in half and still be profitable, the company said in a blog post announcing the project.

The game mode starts with players being dropped into a little stonehenge looking area with different rocks acting as "rifts" into other peoples' open-world sandboxes. If building maps and watching others enjoy your creation is more your cup of tea, you're probably going to love Creative mode.

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