Fortnite is a battle royale game developed by Epic Games that was released back in 2017. In the game, a player, along with 99 others, is dropped on the map via a flying bus, and they must fight till the last man standing wins. It offers the players to incorporate their aim with creative building mechanics, which they can quickly make to provide themselves with cover. The game does very frequent updates to add many new things to keep the gamers engaged, these include collaborations, new mechanics, skins, events, etc.
As of now, the game has 4 game modes, Save the World, Battle Royale, Zero Build, and Creative Mode. Each of these modes lets the player enjoy the game the way they want, without compromising the fun for others.
Fortnite currently has 350 million active monthly users, making it one of the most popular games. They generated $5.1 billion in revenue for Epic, a big increase from the previous year.
Fortnite rideable animals have been in the works for a while, the last time we heard that was back in September of 2021 when Hypex leaked the info on what features we will see with rideable animals. His previous tweet included;
More info about the upcoming rideable animals:
– You can't do these actions while riding them: search, aim/shoot, build & carry a player
– You'll need a Saddle item to ride them
– You can make them attack players, if they're an aggressive animal
– Bots can ride animals
— HYPEX (@HYPEX) September 26, 2021
If we combine that with his latest leak on Fortnite rideable animals, we can see that Fortnite is working on these rideable animals again, and they are either testing this on wolves currently, or they might make it possible for us to ride the wolves.
Hypex did not confirm what animals we might see, but we have a pretty good idea from last year. It can be wolves, possibly dinosaurs (as a collab with Jurassic is in the rumors), and other animals of appropriate height.
Epic has began working on rideable animals again recently and they're currently working on adding this functionality to wolves, or maybe they're using them for testing, who knows! pic.twitter.com/ZuP1bKAwN3
— HYPEX (@HYPEX) May 10, 2022
Hypex is a well-known leaker who has always shared information about skin bundles, gun mechanics, and game mode mechanics before their release, and not only that, but HYPEX Is one of the few people who still uploads daily news, future potential leaks, and even easter eggs. So while the leak comes from a credible source, do take it with a grain of salt since anything not official is subjected to change.
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