I just reported on the impressive feat achieved by PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, in which the game has amassed a peak concurrent player count of 2 million, and now Fortnite Battle Royale is making milestone-demolishing headlines of its own!
Epic Games has released a cool-looking infographic that compiles a bunch of fun facts and statistics. Give it a look below!
– 10 million Battle Royale players in 2 weeks
*That’s the entire population of Sweden.
– 44,494,571 total number of hours played*
*1,483 college defrees that could have earned in that time
– 58,925,337 traps found*
*Zero traps found in Return of the Jedi
– 797,785,423 walls/stairs/floors/ceilings built*
*3,873,000,000 bricks in the Great Wall of China
– 6,957,908 number of unbreallas earned*
Over 8,000,000 copies of Rihanna’s Umbrella have been sold
– 292,715,319 number of people who have jumped from the Battle Bus*
*2 – Number of times Patrick Swayze jumps out of a plane in Point Break
These stats come just a couple of days after Fortnite‘s concurrent player count rose above 500,000 concurrent users. If you haven’t seen what the latest Fortnite update changed, here’s the list of patch notes. And here’s a Top 5 video in which we list five lessons PUBG could learn from Fortnite Battle Royale.
Source: Fortnite (Official Twitter)