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Fortnite Battle Royale has surpassed 10 million players

Fortnite Battle Royale has seen quite a surge of players since Epic Games announced last week Fornite had surpassed 7 million players.

Today, Epic Games announced Fortnite Battle Royale has surpassed 10 million players.

When the free-to-play PvP companion mode to Fornite launched two weeks ago on September 26, it attracted over a million players. That's a massive jump.

Along with the player base figures, some other interesting stats were provided.

As of press time, over 44.9 million hours have been spent playing Fortnite Battle Royale and during this time, 58.9 million traps have been found.

Over 797 million stairs, walls, ceilings, and floors have been built and 292.7 million jumps from the battle bus have been taken. Compare that to the number of jumps Patrick Swayze took from a plane in Point Break*, and you have to agree that's a lot of jumping.

(*that was Epic's joke, not mine - I'm not that funny)

More stats are included in the infographic below.


Yesterday, it was announced Fortnite Battle Royale had 3.7 million daily active users just last weekend.

Fortnite and Fortnite Battle Royale are available on Mac, PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

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