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Fortnite's biggest event Galactus till now with 15.3 million players

Updated: December 10, 2020 14:23

Fortnite's biggest event Galactus till now at the end of the season through a live event that took place in Fortnite. This Epic game has confirmed this news. This Galactus event, which ended Fortnite’s current Marvel-themed season, had a record of 15.3 million joint players, the company said in an official tweet.
This event beat out the Travis Scott concert of April, which end with 12.3 million players during their first show. The record before that was the Marshmello show, which reached 10.7 million users. Epic Games says that 3.4 million people also watched the Galactus event on Twitch and YouTube worldwide. The event observed that players teaming up to stop the Marvel supervillain from destroying Fortnite’s island by piloting some explosives battle bus to feed him.

In the Galactus' last moments on screen, a Saturn-like planet floated in the sky, and the enemy seemed to implode from the energy of the Battle Buses he took and slip through an interdimensional hole. Then the view suddenly cut to black.
All the Players log again into Fortnite in the coming hours and not able to see anything.
The server of Fortnite goes under maintenance for the new upcoming season. We expect the game will come online again around 4 a.m. EST (0900 GMT) on Wednesday (2nd December 2020).

Fortnite has invested his lots of time in space content in recent months we have seen in few past seasons, as a multi-week chase of an ancient astronaut, and releasing various skins and gear with galactic and Star Wars themes. The new season will launch with a subscription of $11.99 monthly. In every month you will get 1,000 V-Bucks or Fortnite's currency for players (equivalent to $7.99), entrance to the current season battle pass, and new skins this debut outfit tomorrow is a starry wonder called Galaxia.

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