Fortnite players can suit up in a Cardinals uniform

Fortnite players can suit up in a Cardinals uniform

Fortnite players can suit up in a Cardinals uniform

Ninja, TimTheTatMan, and others have been given the opportunity to put the upcoming "Fortnite X NFL" Skins on display early.

"Complete these challenges before 1PM ET, November 11 (6PM UTC) to earn the Lil' Kev Back Bling" says Epic.

Well, it finally happened: The NFL is in "Fortnite".

Fortnite did not announce how much the National Football League skins will cost, but it did specify that players will not have to purchase a new skin to change the team or jersey number.

On the heels of Fortnite's popularity, Epic announced it had raised $1.25 billion that would give the game's producer a value of almost $15 billion. We will update this post once we learn more.

In addition to the new Team Terror game type, the Blitz limited time mode has also made its return. First up is a customizable HUD, which lets you change which elements are active or disabled. The developer said the current building slots being drag and droppable could block other inputs, while the wood resource button can disable auto-run.

There's no official time frame, but it's not the biggest Fortnite update, so hopefully it shouldn't take long. "Fortnite" boasts 125 million players around the world.

Battle Royale held an event within the game today to mark the end of the Fortnitemares Halloween event, causing the cube to explode and change the game's map.

ORIGINAL: Fortnite servers are down for update 6.22, which has just been released by Epic Games. If you spot a gold monster or monster spawner, focus your file upon it, as those drop Legendary items when destroyed.

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