Epic is considering more than 100 players for Fortnite

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The popular battle royale styled game is in Season 3, week 9, which will be the second to last week of the season. Due to the ridiculous number of players and the ease of finding games and jumping in, there's a great chance of meeting these nearly stereotypical Fortnite players at this point.

Epic's Fortnite Design Lead Eric Williamson was interviewed in the latest Official PlayStation Magazine (May 2018, issue 148) and teased that the current 100 player cap for Fortnite Battle Royale might be increased at some point.

'One of the things we've been talking about is, 'does it make sense to ever consider more than a hundred players?' I think there's a lot of technological considerations for something like that.

Following its most recent update, Fortnite's next set of challenges have gone live on PS4, Xbox One, PC, and mobile. It's a tough problem to solve because they're different paces of game.

It's interesting to note that there's another game coming later this year in the form of Mavericks: Proving Grounds, which will feature 400 players, which seems a bit excessive. Earlier today it was officially revealed that the light machine gun is making its way into the Battle Royale game mode.

Once all seven Fortnite Week 9 challenges have been completed, and the rewards have been received, it'll be time to wait for next week's reset, where the Fortnite Week 10 challenges will be waiting for you! Even changing the game mode of 50 vs 50 to 50 vs 50 vs 50 would allow players to have a chance to see how it would feel to play with more people and give feedback to Epic Games.

We've talked about how things could more closely integrate. According to GameReactor, developers are figuring out how to better combine PvP and PvE modes together and classes can make a huge difference.

Each class has different collision "volumes" on the different characters.

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