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'Fortnite' almost got canceled, says former Epic Games developer

'Fortnite' has achieved a worldwide success in just a few months, but the game almost got canceled.
"Fortnite" had been in development for a few years before it was made available to players in its beta phase. "Save the World" mode was the original mode of the game and it includes PvE action against zombie-like creatures called husks. However, the battle royale mode, which was released in September 2017, has turned "Fortnite" into a worldwide phenomenon and the video game has broken numerous records since then. At the moment, "Fortnite Battle Royale" is still ranked first on streaming networks and its player count keeps increasing. Epic Games has put in a lot of effort into this game, but it turns out that it almost got canceled a few years ago. Rod Fergusson, the developer who used to work at Epic Games, has recently revealed that "Fortnite" almost got canceled. That's right. The most popular game had almost gotten to its end before it was even released. The cancellation of 'Fortnite' Fergusson was one of Epic Games developers during early 2010s when the gaming company was still...
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