Fortnite 7.10 Update Adds 14 Days of Fortnite Event, Support for Snapdragon 670 and 710 SoCs

The Fortnite 7.10 upgrade hits Android, iOS, PS4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and PC. With it comes a brand-new event called 14 Days of Fortnite. It includes brand-new and returning limited time modes such as Close Encounters and Food Fight. The 14 Days of Fortnite start date is December 19 from 9am ET (7:30 pm IST) and ends on January 2. Likewise, there’s broadened support for a larger range of Snapdragon SoCs such as the Snapdragon 710 and 670 which indicate Android smartphones like the Nokia 8.1 and Oppo R17 can now run Fortnite. In addition, the iPad Pro 10.5 and 12.9 receive 60fps support for responsive, fluid gameplay. Though it stays to be seen if it would be at the expense of a much better looking video game. Consisted of in the Fortnite 7.10 update are minor tweaks to the video game’s UI, draw distances, emotes, and a great deal more. The Fortnite 7.10 update download size is 155.7 MB on iOS.

Fortnite 7.10 update 14 Days of Fortnite patch notes

  • The 14 Days of Fortnite occasion will feature both brand-new and returning LTMs.
  • Big group modes switch every 2 days and little group modes rotate every 24 hours.
  • Starting December 19, log in each day at 9am ET to learn which modes are readily available to check out.
  • 60 FPS alternative enabled for iPad Pro 10.5 and 12.9 (choose inside Settings).
  • Made it possible for assistance for Snapdragon 710 chipsets (such as; Samsung A8S, Xiaomi Mi 8SE, Nokia 8.1, Oppo R17 Pro).
  • Made it possible for assistance for Snapdragon 670 chipsets (such as Oppo R17, Vivo Z3).
  • Allowed assistance for Samsung A9.

Earlier today, the gamer count for Fortnite might have been revealed by means of Sony’s ‘My PS4 Life’ tool. Released to celebrate 5 years of the PS4’s presence, Sony emailed PS4 gamers to attempt it out. Among the points of data it covers is the variety of PS4 players to obtain a prize. When utilized together with the percentage of gamers, it becomes simple to deduce a total gamer base. And according to the math done on Gamstat, Fortnite has at least 16.2 million players in Europe and Australia alone. Considering that Fortnite’s battle royale mode did not deliver with PS4 trophy support (or Xbox One accomplishments for that matter), Fortnite appears to have 16.2 million players for its Save the World version.

Considering this Fortnite gamer count information is just for 2 regions, it’s staggering even when you consider PS4 account sharing, video game sharing, and circumstances where a single PS4 is utilized by multiple accounts. How this works is, if the My PS4 Life tool says 33,764 gamers got the ‘Photo Bomber’ prize in Fallout 76, you can check that prize’s rarity on PSN, which is 8.3 percent. This is enough to reach a price quote of 406,795 PS4 users have played Fallout 76.

And while the information is as current as December 4, it appears that Grand Theft Auto V has sold at least 51.7 million units on the PS4. On the other hand, FIFA 16, 17, and 18 have sold over 90 million and Overwatch at least 10.2 million, while Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 has actually had 9.23 million at least.

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