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Fortnite Season 6 Boosts Epic Games Revenue By 67% On iOS – From $1.5M/Day To $2.5M/Day

With the introduction of Fortnite Season 6, the folks over at Epic Games have seen a massive increase to their overall revenue. According to Sensor Tower, a research firm, Epic has raked in about $2.5 Million per day following the release of Fortnite’s Season 6. To put that into context, that’s about 66% increase from the usual $1.5 Million per day.

The success has to be applauded. With the announcement of Season 6, Epic Games has announced major changes and introduced a number of new things to the game. Not only do we get to see pets in the game, but we also get a to see a ton of new skins, the much requested OG music and a newly revamped map featuring the mysterious cube dubbed as “Kevin”.

With Season 6, Epic is yet again willing to shake things up with gameplay. Not only did they remove the bounce pads, but instead, they’ve introduced new Chiller trap with Fortnite update 6.0.1. With the introduction of the Chiller pad, players have found new ways and ideas to use the new pads to their advantage. Additional shifts Epic has been making with the introduction of Fortnite Season 6 is by committing to make spatial audio a thing in Fortnite by rewarding players who take advantage of even the slightest audio cues around them. This not only adds to a much immersive environment, but also makes the environment that much more competitive given that players can now pinpoint the where the sound is originating from.

There’s a ton of support from the Fortnite community to make Fortnite as competitive as possible. With the introduction of such changes to the audio and other parts of the game, we’re intrigued to see how long Fortnite’s success lasts. By the current looks of it, Fortnite isn’t dying anytime soon.

Fortnite has become the most popular game around the world. Not only are they clocking in the highest number of players around the world, but they are able to keep their audience captivated with excellent support and backing so that no one is ever left out. With each Fortnite Season, Fortnite has become more of a mystery puzzle than just any battle royale game. It has become more than a few cartoony characters to a massively competitive arena. Fortnite has evolved a ton lot over the past year, and with excellent dedication from the folks over at Fortnite, it isn’t hard to see why Fortnite has become this successful.

Usman Abdul Jabbar

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