Google could miss out on $50 million following Fortnite snub

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Epic Games won’t give Google a penny.
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Fortnite challenges leak out early for season five, week six

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Will we be using the ATK for week six challenges?
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If you’ve already completed your Fortnite challenges for season five, week five, you’re probably itching to find out what Epic Games has in store for us in week six. Thanks to a recent leak, now you know.

Many of this week’s challenges will be variations of previous tasks. But there are a couple of intriguing new additions.

Fortnite challenge guide for season 5, week 5

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It's time to rack up those Battle Stars.
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Just days after rolling out its latest Fortnite update, Epic Games has issued its complete list of challenges for season five, week five.

There are seven to complete altogether for a total of 50 Battle Stars. Three of them are available to all, while the other four require a Battle Pass.

Here’s our guide to finishing each one!

Fortnite 5.20 update adds new shotgun, Steady Storm mode

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Fortnite will expand its reach even further.
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Prepare to do battle with a brand new shotgun in Fortnite Battle Royale.

Epic Games’ latest update is available now with the double-barrel shotgun, a new Steady Storm game mode, and a whole host of improvements and fixes. Players can finally view challenges during a match, while mobile players can enjoy motion controls.

Fortnite challenges leak out early for season 5, week 4

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Get ready for another 7 challenges in Battle Royale.
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We’re just one day away from another round of challenges in Fortnite Battle Royale. But you don’t have to wait to find out what you’ll be doing this week, because week four’s challenges for season five have leaked out early.

Here’s how you’ll earn another 50 Battle Stars.

Fortnite’s latest update brings the boom!

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It's time to rack up those Battle Stars.
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Fortnite’s controversial guided missile is back in today’s big content update.

You can enjoy it in regular Battle Royale matches, as well as in the brand new Fly Explosives game mode, filled with jetpacks and explosive weapons. Slurp Juice issues have also been fixed in this release.

Fortnite’s controversial guided missile is making a comeback

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The guided missile didn't last long, but it's on its way back!
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If you thought you had seen the last of the controversial guided missile in Fortnite Battle Royale, think again.

Epic has confirmed the weapon is making a comeback in a future update. This time, however, it will work a little differently to give those defending it some chance.

Fortnite is coming to Android soon, but your phone won’t support it

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Fortnite made its debut on iOS in March.
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Epic Games is finally bringing Fortnite to Android this summer following its launch on iOS back in March. But don’t get too excited just yet.

New reports claim the game will be exclusive to one Samsung handset that isn’t even out yet. There’s a chance your existing device won’t support it at launch.

Fortnite challenge guide for season 5, week 3

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Get ready to earn those Battle Stars!
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The week is almost over, but Fortnite’s week three challenges for season five have only just begun.

As usual, there are seven to complete — four easy and three hard —  that will earn you a total of 50 Battle Stars. You should find most of them relatively easy, but we have some tips if you find yourself struggling.

Here’s our guide to smashing week three’s Battle Royale challenges.