Fortnite is the latest trend in multiplayer gaming, specifically in Battle Royale gameplay, where you'll face other players on huge maps filled with weaponry and construction. With the Fortnite Bomber Skin + 500 V Bucks pack (exclusive for PS4) you will get the following: Immediate access to Fornite's Battle Royale mode, where you can fight players from all over the world. 500 V-Bucks, which is the ingame currency of the game and with which we can buy all kinds of cosmetics.
And the Royale Bomber Outfit, which is an exclusive skin for our character. Don't forget that to access all this extra content, you need to have the original game installed in your account. Don't forget, too, that the base game is not included in this package so it must be purchased separately.
Mastering Fortnite Battle Royale’s many systems is worth every second of investment. Whether you go it alone or queue up with a squad, even if you’re the first to die or you actually manage to earn the Victory Royale, Fortnite’s zany style and unique blend of shooting and building almost never offers anything less than an outstanding time. It may not be the first battle royale game, and it certainly won’t be the last, but Fortnite sets itself apart from the crowd by giving you the freedom and tools to express your own personal playstyle.
If grinding for loot, shooting zombies, and building the coolest forts ever sounds like it’s up your alley, I can’t recommend Fortnite enough.
Whether we're talking aesthetics or the accessibility of its gameplay, all is good for Fortnite, which provides a beautiful vision of what Battle Royale should be.
Fortnite incorporates mechanics of survival, crafting and missions in waves. Everything is very well measured and addictive, but there are no surprises or innovation. The microtransactions come to break the balance, and you'll have to play too many hours to see your character really improve. It's better that you wait for the free-to-play version.
The ultimate effort of the US home team is to combine the excellent experience of the third-person shooter with foundational elements of some of the most successful works of the last few years, in an effective and convincing manner, at least from the gambling point of view.
Fortnite wants to cover more than it can. Its three pillars of action, construction and management are too independent. To make matters worse, it feels too focused on opening piñatas (chests) and pay-to-continue.
Fortnite: Battle Royale is a fast-paced arcade alternative to PUBG, but it fails in the tension department. Its good fun when you play like you don’t only have one life, but that in and of itself makes it feel like an oddity that hasn’t quite found its identity yet.
February 20, 2020
Fortnite kicks off Season 2, Chapter 2 with a new launch trailer.
February 18, 2020
Fortnite: Chapter 2 Season 2 has a launch date: February 20.
March 11, 2019
Fortnite legal dance battles paused temporarily. Read more
February 28, 2019
Season 8 comes to Fortnite with pirates as main theme. Watch video
February 26, 2019
Fortnite revenue drops 48% in January compared to 2018. Read more
February 25, 2019
Epic Games publishes a teaser of Fortnite’s eight season. Read more
February 22, 2019
Fortnite hits a new concurrent player record despite Apex Legends’ success. Read more
January 30, 2019
Fortnite’s NFL skins returning for Super Bowl finals. Read more