If you are wondering how much money Fortnite made in the month of March, let’s just say Epic Games is pretty much printing money at this point. When college scholarships are being awarded for being a top player, and people are ignoring real-life tornados to continue playing the game, you know Fortnite has firmly ingrained itself into our culture. That’s because, as reported by research firm Superdata, Fortnite has quickly become one of the fattest cash cows the video game industry has ever seen. There’s no other way to say it: the game is a phenomenon. Fortnite generated $223 million across all platforms in March, up a whopping 73% from February.
A new Battle Pass, a John Wick skin, and music star Drake all contributed to the massive growth. Keep in mind, Fortnite is free to play, and it still raked in that much money thanks to its many available microtransactions. It is also now the largest free-to-play console game of all time in revenue generated and monthly active users.
‘Fortnite’ Season 4 Battle Pass Details Revealed
Fortnite season 4 is here and Battle Pass, like season 3’s Battle Pass, will debut an assortment of new skins, this time revolving around the theme of superheroes – perfect for post-Infinity War.
If you don’t have a Battle Pass, there will still be available rewards, such as a free 10 levels, each with their own goodies to unlock. These are offered in a free Battle Pass that will transfer over to a full Battle Pass if you decide to buy one. Epic Games will also sell Tier upgrades on the Fortnite Battle Royale store for 150 V-Bucks each.
A version of Battle Pass that costs 2,800 V-Bucks is available as well and includes the first 25 tiers already unlocked. Fortnite Season 4 Battle Pass will be live after a server update to their entire system, providing more stability and security for the Fortnite universe.
‘Fortnite’ Letter Locations & Tomato Town Treasure Week 1 Challenge Guide
Fortnite Season 4 is here, and so is a new batch of Weekly Challenges. Note that different letters may appear in these spots. Keep up with this story and more by subscribing now. On a piece of metal scaffolding by the new Dusty Divot. On top of the gazebo structure in the middle of Pleasant Park!
There is no order in which you need to gather them, you will find whichever letter you need next! Lucky Landing – On top of the pagoda just outside of Lucky Landing. Dusty Divot – On the blue power line next to the right/East of the crater. Haunted Hills – On the eagle grave near chest spawn. Containers – Top of the big shipping container near tomato.
Greasy Grove – At the play area next to the burger joint. Moisty Mire – By the helicopter and big green screen, on a tree stump. Lonely Lodge – On the roof of the Mansion south of Lonely. Wailing woods – Top of the hut in the middle of the maze. Snobby Shores – The letter is at the lantern at the rightmost house.
Pallet Palace/Town – They changed the hangar at the unnamed location near flush factory and you can find a letter at the top of the building. Flush Factory – Near Flush on the top of the new dance floor.
That being said, make sure to complete each one for the challenge progress to count!