Croatian teenager has managed what 45 million people are trying to do

Posted on: Jun 11, 2018 By smartlaunch in News and trends,

Numerous players since her departure in September last year tried to make one thing – return to an island where players are waiting for the start of the match, and a few days ago one of them did. It’s a 15-year-old Croat under YouTube nickname OrangeGuy. Battle Royale is one of the most popular games of the day. Not only by the number of active players, but also by the popularity of Twitch.tv and YouTube platforms.

Fortune Battle Royale is a simple goal game, as well as the rest of the same genre. The goal is to keep the last survivor of 100 players in limited space. In order to do this, players can use weapons and tools, and in Fortune and build buildings, making this game different from PlayerUnknown’s greatest Battlegrounds competitor. Before the start of the match, as players connect to the server, they are on the spawn island. Once the match starts, the fly-away players leave the island and can no longer return to it. At least that was until recently until the young Croat did it.

OrangeGuy, with two teammates, first built a ramp-looking platform overlooking the island, and then with a shopping cart that was recently added to the game as a vehicle, they managed to skip the “invisible wall” that stuck in their attempt before the players. They landed on the island and all of them recorded. The video has so far collected more than 300,000 views. After OrangeGuy succeeded in his quest, many others went hand in hand following his example.

Fortune Battle Royale is the most watched content on the Twitch.tv platform in recent months, and this is convincing. Just over the past week, more than 30 million hours of Twitch’s Fortunately, twice more than the League of Legends over the same period, and even three times more than the main competitor in PUBG, was viewed. According to the latest available information from Epic Games who developed the game, Fortune attracted more than 45 million players. You can download and play it for free on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One Consoles, both on PC and iOS, and this summer should arrive on Android.

 

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