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Fortnite Season 6: More people than ever could be playing next season

That's a lot of buildings

Season 5 of Fortnite has been the game’s best Season yet.

Nearly 80 million people were playing the battle royale game in August making last month the highest player turn out ever.

This was largely due to the launch of Fortnite on Android devices and it being the summer holiday for a lot of the game’s younger fan base.

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The Galaxy skin was launched alongside the new Samsung note and exclusive to Android owners

With the AAA-titles like Call of Duty and Battlefield now entering the battle royale game, Fortnite’s numbers have come as a huge surprise to those doubting Fortnite’s ability to retain players.

Both COD and Battlefield have massive audiences, a lot of whom have probably switched to Fortnite whilst waiting for the new games.

Fortnite Season 6 will have to pull out all the stops in order to keep players engaged.

If Red Dead Redemption II has a Battle Royale mode, it could spell the end of Fortnite

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If Red Dead Redemption II has a Battle Royale mode, it could spell the end of Fortnite

Late September is the perfect time to start a new season with new locations, weapons, vehicles, skins and hopefully game modes.

With Season 6 starting at the end of this week, we could see the biggest player turn out Fortnite has ever seen in October of this year, as the game is now on PC, PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, IOS and Android…

Could Battlefield V’s battle royale mode trump Fortnite?

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Could Battlefield V’s battle royale mode trump Fortnite?

Fortnite really has taken over.