The Organizer Of An Ill-fated Fortnite Festival Is To Be Sued By The Game's Publisher, Epic. Fortnite Live took place over the weekend in the UK city of Norwich, but with a universally negative reception from attendees. [ Update: Fortnite Live events.]
Tickets cost between £ 12 and £ 32 per person, which granted fans access to understaffed, generic, and poor-quality attractions. Fortnite branding, including character likenesses, which uses all over the event, without any of the intellectual property being organized by Organiser Exciting Events. As a result, Epic has stated it will be the event organizer.
"The quality of our player experience is incredibly important to us, whether it's inside the game or at official public events like last year's Fortnite Pro-Am." Epic Games spokesperson told Eurogamer.
Attendees complained of long queues and of a very few of the activities having anything to do with Fortnite.
"It's been a fun day out, but the whole event has been a shambles." My kids spent most of the day in queues, "one woman told the Guardian.
Exciting Events what offering refunds to people who want their money back on the day and has since said it aim to do better next year's event. After Epic's legal action, Fortnite Live 2020 is released on unlikely prospect.
In other news, Fortnite's latest 7.40 update went live just recently. The patch introduces two new limited-time modes and some new items, including a limited-time driftboard.