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Fortnite has been down for hours as millions of players stare at a black hole

The Verge Sunday, 13 October 2019
Fortnite has been down for hours as millions of players stare at a black holeOne of the biggest games in the world has been unplayable since this afternoon. Ahead of its next season — or possible a completely new chapter — Fortnite has gone down in just about every way imaginable. It’s widely believed that when the game is back up and running it will be a rebooted version featuring a brand new map.

Things happened in dramatic fashion. Everything started when the meteor, which had been static in the middle of the island since its appearance at the beginning of season X, started to act up, eventually obliterating the entire map at around 2:00PM EST. Since then, players haven’t been able to do little more than stare at a black hole. There have been flickers of activity, but not a whole lot has happened during that...
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Fortnite Returns With Chapter 2. The black hole has officially closed. . After 2 days of being down, Fortnite returned with an all new location for players to explore. The original map that debuted 2 years ago has been replaced with a wilder, forest-heavy landscape. Chapter 2 also introduced new...

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