Fortnite Recent Issue Gets Complaints; Epic Games Says Sorry

Game company Epic Games recently apologized to the fans and players of popular battle royale video game Fortnite after recent misunderstanding.

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Epic Games recently apologized for its miscommunication in regards to the game’s 14 Days event. In order to make up for it, they will now allow anyone that has completed at least one challenge from the event will receive its Equalizer Glider soon.

The event was originally announced last December 18, 2018 and offered players a somewhat unique challenge every day for two weeks. Anyone who could complete the challenges will get awesome prizes. When the event started this led to some confusion because they did not specifically mention the event’s end date.

To make it worse, game designer David Spazinski clarified some specifics about the event on Reddit. He explained it this way:

Once all 14 days worth of challenges have been unlocked, there will still be a few days to complete them before they go away (IIRC they expire on either the 3rd or 4th of January).

This got the community more confused rather than clearing out the misunderstanding. For now, the game company has properly explained the specifics.

The game is now available on PlayStation 4.

 

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