Fortnite is among the most popular online social games currently available on the internet or on consoles. The sudden spike in the game’s popularity has had a significant impact on the road map of the game’s development. This game’s online battle royale mode is now approaching week six of the fourth season, with more content and features for players to enjoy.
The weekly challenges are highlighted by the exploration aspects of exploring chests in Loot Lake, the popular central region of the Fortnite map. The game has recently engaged users to spend several hours per day trying to win online matches and completing challenges to receive virtual bonuses.
The big question in regards to Fortnite is what it’s future life-cycle could potentially look like, and whether or not it is likely to see the popularity spike ever wear off. One important game to compare to could potentially be Minecraft, a game that still has a fairly large online community on modded servers. Minecraft may not be as popular as it once was, but it’s incredibly impressive how popular it has managed to stay, despite many months passing by since the game’s prime.
A similar question could be raised about Fortnite. Will the battle royale game mode stay popular for years to come? Perhaps, but it’s also likely that once the development slows down and updates become less frequent, it’s possible the community will start to disappear. It is likely that Fortnite will remain popular for quite some time however, and there are likely many seasons of online action ahead.