This Monday, June 15, Fortnite broke records again, this time, 'Battle Royale' revealed the final event of Season 2 and there were 2 million viewers on Twitch attentive to every detail. Look at everything that happened during the visit to 'The Device'.
This June 15, 2020, "Fortnite: Battle Royale" revealed the final event of Season 2, which had several unexpected delays and therefore, had fans with high expectations for weeks waiting.
The Device was activated at 20:00 in the afternoon, and we could see how Midas carried out his plan, changing the storm as we have known it until now. Previously, the rumor began that this event would end up flooding Fortnite Island.
At least this was predicted by an official leaked image. Finally, the island has not been flooded as such, but a few minutes before the event began, typical Fortnite game modes were disabling to make way for the mode called "The Device", designed to be able to witness the event.
When this started, the players went directly to the Agency building, where the countdown came to an end as the surrounding hatches opened and antennas emerged, giving way to the Last Judgment device. The mechanism was activated, but the energy beams that attempted to destroy the Storm were unsuccessful in their process and something went wrong.
At the same time, we were able to see a kind of first-person flashbacks and Jonesy's very concerned character on the phone. When the players were back in control, they were flying back into the battle bus over the island surrounded by a huge threatening ocean. The classic storm has now become this tsúnami that advances and damages everyone inside it.
According to the official data shared by Epic, the event has been a new success with 12 million active players during it and there could have been more, but the company limited participation so as not to compromise the stability of the servers. It is known that at least 8.4 million more followers were very attentive to the event through platforms such as Twitch or YouTube.
Without a doubt, the Device event has been the preamble to the premiere of Season 3, which will be this Wednesday, June 17, 2020. So Epic has had no qualms about starting to leave small clues and teasers that anticipate the arrival of this new stage of the game.
Fortnite is a free Battle Royale for PC, PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and Android and iOS devices. Next, we leave you a video to live (or relive) 'Fortnite: The Device'.