Published: Thu, November 09, 2017
Research | By Derrick Holloway

Fortnite releases 1.8.2 patch as it surpasses 20 million players

Fortnite releases 1.8.2 patch as it surpasses 20 million players

Also of note is that Fortnite announced the game had surpassed 20 million players over the weekend - a not insignificant feat considering the arguably current leader of the genre PUBG only themselves announced yesterday that they'd just hit a similar milestone. As of today, the game has racked up 20 million sales, with previous reports via SteamSpy stating that the total number of games sold could actually be closer to 18 million copies than last week's 17.

The player frustration mentioned by Greene in his tweet is related to a few issues, but one of the major ones has been the rampant influx of cheaters into the game. Now, the developer has chose to celebrate the 20 million milestone with a new patch that brings small and yet important changes to the game.

Pakistan court reserves decision on Sharif's plea to club references
On Friday, the court adjourned hearing of NAB references against the Sharif family after one hour without any proceeding. Later, Nawaz Sharif was made to stand at the dock and was directly charge-sheeted; however, he pleaded not guilty.

PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds will be released on the Xbox One X preview program on December 12 and will cost £ 26.99 / € 29.99, the same as the Steam version. 20 million gamers have shelled out $30 each for Battlegrounds, with 2.37 million concurrent gamers, Battlegrounds is definitely far out and ahead.

According to Epic Games, Fortnite has passed 20 million players across all platforms since its launch.

Vikings might shut down Sam Bradford to make room for Teddy Bridgewater
Minnesota Vikings quarterback Sam Bradford underwent an arthroscopic procedure Tuesday in which Dr. James Andrews "cleaned up" his left knee but found no major damage, according to team sources .

Both PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds and Fortnite are now available in early access form.

Trump administration tightens travel rules to Cuba
Treasury, State and Commerce Departments spent the last few months since Trump's announcement preparing the regulations. Any entity on that list, will now not be allowed to engage in financial transactions with Americans and visa versa.

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