Winter has brought many changes to the Fortnite map for you to explore. Ziplines are a new way to help you travel to and from high terrain. For you chill and thrill seekers, the new Frosty Flights location and Expedition outposts are outfitted with the new Stormwing planes so you can take to the skies.
Following a comprehensive evaluation process, SIE has identified a path toward supporting cross-platform features for select third party content. We recognize that PS4 players have been eagerly awaiting an update, and we appreciate the community’s continued patience as we have navigated through this issue to find a solution.
The first step will be an open beta beginning today for Fortnite that will allow for cross platform gameplay, progression and commerce across PlayStation 4, Android, iOS, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, Microsoft Windows, and Mac operating systems. We see the beta as an opportunity to conduct thorough testing that ensures cross-platform play is best on PlayStation, while being mindful about the user experience from both a technical and social perspective.
Hey Fortnite Fans,
I’m excited to announce that Season 4 will start off with a BANG. For starters: The comet has crashed! Many in-game locations have transformed in dramatic ways after its impact. Starting today, you can jump in and witness the aftermath while you level up your Battle Pass and earn all-new loot.
Get in game and discover your favorite landing spot has changed or explore new locations all around the map.
Epic Games has been on top of the world since its smash-hit Battle Royale mode launched in Fortnite, heading up Twitch viewership charts and crossing over into mainstream conversation with numerous celebrities name-checking it and streaming it alongside the game’s most popular personalities.
I’ve had a great time
being carried to racking up Victory Royales with my PSN pals and I think it’s safe to say I’ve boarded the Fortnite hype train. Naturally, I wanted to learn more about how Epic crafted what may currently be the most talked-about game in the world.
Your top downloads for January are here! Surprising nobody, Monster Hunter: World was the most-downloaded PS4 game of January. The first PS4 entry in Capcom’s long-running series launched to critical acclaim, and players worldwide (myself included) are hooked on its expertly tuned gameplay loop.
We’re all gamers here at PlayStation Store – and we’re excited to finally share with you a little pet project we’ve been working on! Over the past few weeks we’ve been compiling a list of some our favorite games and working closely with our publisher friends to bring you today’s PlayStation Picks Sale.
Starting right now, save up to 50 percent on titles that run the gamut from some of the most successful franchises of all time to smaller independent games we’ve fallen in love with – and everything in between. PlayStation Plus members save up to 60 percent.
Head over to PS Store through the weekend to pick up NieR: Automata, Yakuza 0, Fortnite Deluxe Founder’s Pack and more.
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