Epic Games is taking legal action against yet another tester for leaking content in advance of Fortnite's big Chapter 2 reveal. We chat with lawyers about confidentiality.
Epic Games is suing a user experience tester who leaked details before Chapter 2 of Fortnite kicked off. While it may be straightforward, one attorney tells us that the damages argument is a bit thin.
Fortnite hit a new low point just before Chapter 2 kicked off, contributing to a 1% drop in global digital game revenue, according to SuperData.
With the launch of Fortnite Chapter 2, Epic's battle royale title saw a 141% increase in sales in just one week on iOS.
The quarterly report from Streamlabs and Newzoo shows a major shake-up, thanks largely to one of the world's most popular streamers ditching Twitch for Microsoft's Mixer platform. While Twitch and Fortnite are still dominant, Mixer is showing a significant rise in the number of hours streamed and unique channels.
Epic's battle royale phenomenon still leads over competitors PUBG and Apex Legends, but its US July revenue showed a 52% drop year-over-year. V-bucks, Fortnite's in-game currency, accounted for the vast majority of in-game spending.
According to a new report, PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds is on track to overtake Fortnite as the most popular battle royale game.
Epic has fixed the issue, but the suit states that Epic failed to notify affected players and Fortnite users 'have suffered an ascertainable loss.' Legal experts weigh in on the case with GameDaily.
One year after dropping a lawsuit against Epic Games, PUBG Corporation's Brian Corrigan claims Fortnite's developer is 'one of our best partners.'