Fortnite is a video game developed by Epic Games & released in January, 2020. It is now available in three different game mode versions which otherwise share much of the same general gameplay: PvP, PvE, and Adventure. The one major difference between these three modes is the way that they are presented on-screen. In this article, we will take a quick look at Fortnite gifting and how you can get Fortnite gifts for other players.
The primary goal of Epic Games’ Fortnite game is to try and create the ultimate survival sandbox. Players start out in a basic survival sandbox, picking up weapons and equipment from the start, and exploring the environment in an attempt to gather food and gather materials to build shelters and war chests. As your character progresses through the game, they start earning more experience and skills which unlock new abilities as well as a new weapon and armor styles. A lot of this progress is done using in-game currency which is collected, usually through microtransactions, and can be used to purchase new upgrades and weapons. The amount of money you can have available will be limited by the Fortnite economy system which can be controlled by the Fortnite itself, or by other players using their Fortnite powers to rob you of your hard-earned cash.
Fortnite has a rather unique way of allowing its players to play for free using their favorite Nintendo Switch devices. Using the Fortnite mobile app, players can instantly jump into the game with their Nintendo Switch and start playing immediately. Here, players are given the option to play against others who have the app, or engage in head-to-head competitions with them to see which players come out on top.
What makes this type of gameplay so exciting is that it’s all possible thanks to Fortnite’s in-built motion detection technology. You might be wondering what exactly does this mean? Essentially, it’s the ability of every single Fortnite tile to interact with one another in some way – given the fact that each tile is actually connected in some way. This means that if you move your finger around on your screen, you’ll be able to move each tile around, too. As you can imagine, this opens up all sorts of possibilities as far as gameplay is concerned, and one of the most exciting parts of it is the fact that it enables you to upload your own Fortnite videos, featuring footage of you playing the game in various circumstances.
Unfortunately, it looks as though there won’t be any major changes to the in-game format in the near future. In terms of graphics, there’s little to complain about. If anything, the visual quality of the game is closest to that of the original, but it’s not close enough to be considered worthy. The majority of the performance issues seem to relate to frame-rates – as both podcasts and live events suffer from frameskips, it’s important to make sure you have a good connection. For this reason, we advise you to look out for updates that are released by the end of this year (i.e. in late 2020).
On the whole, it looks as though the social interaction aspects of Fortnite are here to stay for the foreseeable future. Social members will still be able to use the chat system to post messages, challenge friends, or compete with other Fortnite players – and all of these interactions can be done entirely via the game itself. That means that while you’ll no longer be able to go head-to-head with the top Fortnite players in the main game, you’ll still be able to have some fun exploring the vast and chaotic environment of the match itself, as you try to collect materials and resources in order to build the strongest and most reliable base that you can. It seems that for now, players are looking more towards the social aspects of footnote rather than the technical side of the game, but we’ve seen this before with twitch-based games, and it doesn’t look like this will change any time soon.