Table of contents:
- Players spend less money in Fortnite
- Quiz: How well do you know Fortnite: Battle Royale?
- Aren't Fortnite players loyal enough?
- A change in sight?
Video: Loss Of Revenue At Fortnite: Everything Could Change With The Next Season
Players have been able to return to the new world of Fortnite since Tuesday. A new map, gameplay features such as fishing, new emotes, new missions and a complete graphic revision await you. The level-up system, with which you can now unlock medals, should make the whole gaming experience new and refreshing.
"What is the new card like?"
Since not much has changed in game mechanics in the past few months, this is a welcome change for many a bored player.
Players spend less money in Fortnite
If you compare the spending of Fortnite players with that of Apex Legends or PUBG, it becomes clear that they are 50 to 60 percent more willing to spend money on Fortnite. With Apex and PUBG it is only 5 to 10 percent. This emerged from the analysis of Edison Trends.
Quiz: How well do you know Fortnite: Battle Royale?
Have you played Fortnite BR for over 100 hours and think you know everything about the game? Then prove it to us - and correctly answer 15 questions about the Battle Royale mode. In the end - how could it be otherwise - the epic victory beckons. Grab it and let us know in the comments!
They generate most of their income from purchases of the Fortnite currency V-Bucks. With these, players can buy new outfits, weapons or emotes. But since December 2018, transactions have dropped by around 75 percent. This could be due to the fact that the popularity decreased due to increased lawsuits and stagnant content.
Aren't Fortnite players loyal enough?
In hard terms and seen in numbers - yes and no. Edison Trends examines how often players make repeat transactions in online games and comes to the conclusion that Apex Legends players are among the most loyal buyers at 62 percent. Fortnite, which has been around for over two years, accounts for 49 percent of players who make repeat purchases month after month.
But loyalty can often not be measured and assessed in numbers. Only this Sunday could you witness the loyalty that users have to the old Fortnite.
"Goodbye old map, goodbye Fortnite. We will miss you and I am sure that you will be there again next season. It’s just a matter of time and I’ll be the first to wait for you.”
“Fortnite card since season 1 to season 10 !! Goodbye old card."
A change in sight?
You can expect that the new chapter will bring many people back into the world of Fortnite. Be it just to look at the new features or to get started permanently. In any case, the Fortnite developers have brought a lot of interested people on board again with the event The End.
It can be assumed that revenues will increase drastically in the next few months. However, in order for Epic Games to be able to keep these and not just a one-off, huge marketing boom, permanent and varied content must be available.
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Do you think Fortnite needed this relaunch? Do you see him as such or is it just an expansion of the game, after all, the new chapter brings some changes? Write us your opinion in the comments below the article!
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