Fortnite is becoming Ready Player One

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Fortnite is becoming Ready Player One

Fortnite it’s a massive game. When the Battle Royale mode was released as a free addition to the base game (which was still in Early Access at the time), it quickly became hugely popular. It was largely responsible for the growth and popularity of the battle royale genre. Since its original release, Fortnite it has only grown in popularity, and that has allowed the game to add new modes, expand its battle pass, collaborate with celebrities, and add characters from other media as playable characters in the game. This is just the tip of the iceberg of the massive experience that Fortnite has become.


To switch gears for a moment, ready player one is a book that describes a massive video game universe that players can immerse themselves in. In the book, players can create their own character or choose from any pop culture character. Players can also go on quests, compete against other players and in races, build their own worlds, explore new worlds, watch movies, and much more. For some gamers, that’s the future of gaming they dream of, and some companies believe that this future exists in the metaverse. Nevertheless, Fortnite is already very close to ready player oneAnd it’s getting closer. it’s the last Dragon Ball the crossing proves it.


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In the latest of many incredible crossovers, Fortnite added characters from Dragon Ball in-game Players can now use their V-Bucks to purchase Goku, Vegeta, Bulma, or Beerus along with a variety of items from the Dragon Ball universe. Along with purchasable characters and items, players can use Nimbus Cloud and the iconic Kamehameha attack during any game. If they wanted, the players can put together a team in Fortnite from Naruto, Batman, Rick Sanchez and Ariana Grande, and each of them can use a grappling hook to swing like Spider-Man and shoot Dragon BallThe iconic Kamehameha. If that wasn’t enough, players can also compete against Darth Vader, and in creative mode, the possibilities are just as endless.


As part of the Dragon Ball crossover event, players can also get together with friends to watch a part of the new dragon ball super movie. This is not the first time Fortnite hasn’t done this either. At a previous event for Star Wars: the rise of skywalker, Ben Schwartz as a Stormtrooper, and the film’s director, JJ Abrams, appeared in the game. In real time, the two spoke to the game’s audience and showed everyone inside the game a clip from the movie. Fortnite it has also hosted several in-game concerts by top musicians, including Marshmello. That doesn’t even include the dozens of “story” events the game has had that have left permanent changes within the game world.


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Fortnite is already well beyond what most companies envision for their “metaverse”, and the game is not far from being the ready player one the players of the universe yearn for. With concerts, movies, shows, events, creative modes and player customization, Fortnite is creating a universe of options for players to explore. The game changes based on what players do, giving each player’s actions a sense of weight due to their participation in game-changing events. There are so many wacky things that players can do in FortniteThe seemingly lawless gaming wasteland, and it won’t stop anytime soon.


There is so much potential for Fortnite to grow and become even more like a digital sandbox. In the years to come, gamers are likely to see entirely new game modes, genres, and items to use. There could even be new game genres integrated into the game. Different sports could be added to the game for athletic players, or haunted houses could appear during Halloween, for example. The possibilities are endless, and anything the developers come up with will likely be added to the game at some point. Players just have to prepare for the Easter Egg Hunt which requires specific knowledge of 80’s pop culture.

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