Who would have thought that 2023 would not only be a historic year for the entire Fortnite community, but also for the battle royale Epic’s most famous game would break all possible records.
Six years later, people continue to play Fortnite in droves, as with the new OG season bringing Fortnite back to its roots, it’s a record that teaches a lesson in constant resurgence.
Epic Games has confirmed this The record for concurrent players in Fortnite has been broken with a total of 44.7 million accounts active during November 5, which more than symbolizes 102 millions of hours played
That is, on November 5, more than 40 million people participated in the game, and there were more than 6 million concurrent players at oncewith a peak of 6,172,463 and an average of over 5 million.
To contextualize the historical record of Counterattack 2 in Steam has been 1.8 million, that of PUBG of 3.2 million and that of note 2 of 1.3, confirming the magnitude of Fortnite’s record.
The Epic Games game continues to come back to life year after year and it looks like the idea of turning Fortnite into a giant Roblox-like HUB could become a reality in a while, and we’re sure Epic will make it historic again be if that happens.
Source: Esports AS
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