Netflix confirms new Stranger Things game, Fortnite crossover

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We have a lot of Stranger Things to look forward to.
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Netflix has confirmed plans to bring a new Stranger Things game to mobile.

Unlike its previous title, this one will be a location-based puzzle RPG that will take fans into the real world much like Pokémon Go. But you’ll have to wait until 2020 to get your hands on it.

In the meantime, fans can look forward to the first Stranger Things x Fortnite crossover.

Fortnite adds brand new Storm Flip item, Quick Heal on mobile

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Try Fortnite’s new Storm Flip item today.
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Fortnite’s latest patch is out and there are lots of changes for Battle Royale players to look forward to.

The version 9.20 release adds a brand new Storm Flip item, a Quick Heal button on Android and iOS, and a long list of bug fixes and improvements. There’s no sign of the heavy shotgun and revolver, though.

Fortnite cheater qualifies for $30 million tournament

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Fortnite fans really aren’t happy.
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A Fortnite player recently banned for cheating has qualified for the game’s biggest tournament.

Damion “Xxif” Cook was slapped with a 14-day suspension in early May after Epic Games found him guilty of using friends to get easy eliminations in competitive matches.

The lenient punishment allowed Xxif and teammate Ronaldo to come back and secure World Cup qualification — and a minimum of $50,000 in prize money.

Fortnite gets brand new burst SMG, Solid Gold Duos

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Jump in now to try it out.
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Fortnite’s latest content update is out and it brings a brand new burst SMG to Battle Royale.

The suppressed SMG has been vaulted to make way for the newer weapon, which is just as effective up-close. This update also brings back a popular limited-time game mode.

Massively popular League of Legends on its way to mobile

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The game has been in development for over a year.
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League of Legends remains one of the biggest games on the planet, with an estimated 115 million players worldwide. And it could be about to get even bigger as it expands its reach to mobile.

Tencent and Riot Games have reportedly been working on the port for over a year. But you probably won’t get your hands on it in 2019.

Fortnite 9.10 brings Hot Spots, big fixes, Jordan shoes

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You can sport the freshest kicks in Fortnite 9.10.
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Fortnite’s newest update is out a little earlier than anticipated, bringing new weapons, game modes, and more to Battle Royale.

The version 9.10 update also promises significant audio improvements and lots of bug fixes on mobile. There’s a new crossover with Jordan that brings cosmetics and game modes, too.

Battle royale games rake in $2 billion on mobile alone

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Fortnite isn't top of the list, but there's a catch.
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Battle royale games have now raked in more than $2 billion on Android and iOS, according to the latest data.

Fortnite and competing titles like PUBG Mobile earned an estimated $476 million during the first quarter of 2019 alone. A surprising title leads in player spending — but there is a catch.