Although some gamers don’t like Fortnite because of the cartoonish appearance of the characters, it’s still a highly popular battle royale game. There’s no wonder why since the game offers tons of interactive gameplay elements. The last one standing in a battle royale arena wins, and Fortnite is no different.
Fortnite 12.50.2 arrives this week for the Fortnite players, and it brings a series of bug fixes along with a new game mode called ‘Save the World’. But the good news doesn’t stop here, as Epic Games declared the following:
“Squads Playlist Iterations: Some of you noticed changes in the Squads playlist. We continue to tweak the game so it feels right tor players across all experience levels. It’s a delicate balance and the feedback you provide in your content is invaluable. Keep it coming.”
Fortnite 12.50.2 offers plenty of modes to choose from
Fortnite is available in three modes that otherwise share the same general gameplay and engine: Fortnite: Save the World, which is a cooperative shooter-survival game for a maximum of four participants to fight zombies and defend objects with fortifications they can build; Fortnite Battle Royale, a free-to-play battle royale mode where up to 100 participants fight to be the last one standing; and Fortnite Creative, where players have complete freedom for creating worlds and battle arenas.
If you’re willing to be playing Fortnite on your PC, you must know that the minimum system requirements are not too high:
- Windows 7
- Core i3 2.4 GHz processor
- 4GB of RAM
- Intel HD 4000 video card
It’s notable that the game still works for Windows 7, as the operating system was practically shut down by Microsoft in January. As for the recommended system requirements, you’ll need a slightly better configuration:
- Core i5 2.8 GHz processor
- 8GB of RAM
- Nvidia GTX 660 or AMD Radeon HD 7870 equivalent DX11 GPU
- 2 GB VRAM
Besides the PC version, Fortnite is also available for macOS, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Android, and iOS. Update to the latest Fortnite 12.50.2 to get the last improvements and bug fixes.
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