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Global challenge for Fortnite has been completed

Global challenge for Fortnite has been completed

In recent days, Epic Games announced and launched a global challenge for Fortnite that allowed, if completed, all players who took part in it to get a free autumn-themed cover that you can comfortably observe in the post below.

The players of the famous battle royale, as witnessed by a tweet directly from Fortnite’s official Twitter profile , have finally succeeded in bringing this challenge to fruition and will therefore be able to take advantage of the exclusive coverage starting from next December 6 , the date on which the object will be delivered in the virtual locker of the various participants in the global challenge.

However, in order to receive it there is still time if you have not played matches in Epic Games’ battle royale in the last few days. To make the cover in question, you can simply connect to Fortnite and play at least one real battle match by tonight.

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