Epic Games is adding a lot of new features to make "Fortnite Battle Royale" even more interesting and challenging. And now to add much more impact to the already famous game, a new in-game feature has been added, that let players record and replay game footage. The new tools in the game are aimed both at content creators and players since both of them can now have a look at how the action went down, and can also check out the features, and the cinematic camera, to name a few.

The new mode in 'Fortnite Battle Royale'

According to VG247, "Epic will release the tools to developers in Unreal Engine 4.20 this summer. A launch date for the replay feature was not provided, but Epic said it would be released “soon” for consoles and PC."

One can say that new tools promise a lot of things and the content creators can surely explore their opportunities with the new features and can make more use of them.


Meanwhile, "Fortnite Battle Royale" update 3.30 also introduced the limited time Blitz mode event, which went live recently.

The new features help players in many ways as it allows players to jump back straight into a game, and will further allow the players to analyze the mistakes they made after the match. "The system that Epic showed off at GDC was fairly robust, with an array of editing, camera and UI options that would be useful for everything from esports style expectation to intense movie-style editing," reports Forbes.

Mobile version

With this, it is still not clear whether these same features will be available for mobile version users of "Fortnite" since the developers have just confirmed the news for console and computer support.


The makers suggest that all the Fortnite versions will eventually get the replay tools and it will be thrilling to see the users using the tools for work and leisure. Let's see what Epic has next for its gamers.

Meanwhile, According to Evening Standard, "Fortnite Battle Royale" on mobile has made $1.5 million in one week. Forbes further reported that "Superdata estimates that "Fortnite Battle Royale" beat PUBGin terms of total revenue in February with $126 million compared to PUBG's $103 million, though it's unclear how Superdata arrived at those numbers." It is clearly the most popular game at the moment.

The game was released as a paid-for Early Access title for Microsoft Windows, macOS, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on July 25, 2017.


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