10 Ways Fortnite Is Different Between Playstation, Xbox, Switch, PC and Mobile

10 Ways Fortnite Is Different Between Playstation, Xbox, Switch, PC and Mobile

MAJOR FORTNITE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN PLATFORMS

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With so many platforms to play Fortnite on, there are bound to be some differences between each of the versions of the battle royale game.

This is TheGamer’s list of 10 Ways Fortnite Is Different Between Playstation, Xbox, Switch, PC and Mobile

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Fortnite has grown tremendously over the past year or so and has become the pinnacle of the battle royale genre. It started off as a new PvE game where you defend yourself against zombies, but has developed into a battle royale stud while still having the Save The World mode in its back pocket. There’s only two good battle royale games anyway, but Fortnite’s still, in our opinion, the best one. It has quickly shattered PUBG in terms of popularity to the point where people are starting to forget about that game.

Fortnite is free and available for almost every platform known to man. We’re surprised you can’t play it on a toaster or a smart fridge yet. Since it’s now the cool kid in the gaming world, all platforms want a piece of Fortnite’s pie, but some of them get a bigger piece than others. Watch to see the ways Fortnite is different between PlayStation, Xbox, Switch, PC and mobile!

Featuring:

Entry 1 – KEYBINDS
Entry 2 – GRAPHICS
Entry 3 – CONTROLS
Entry 4 – FRAME RATE
Entry 5 – SCREEN SIZE
Entry 6 – EXCLUSIVE ITEMS
Entry 7 – PLAYER SKILL
Entry 8 – AIM ASSIST
Entry 9 – SAVE THE WORLD
Entry 10 – CROSS-PLAY

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Script by: Justin Pietrodarchi

Voice Over by: Michael Neeb

Edited by: Kyle West

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