Fortnite Sets Another Record With More Than 350 Million Registered Players

Epic also confirmed that Fortnite players spent more than 3.2 billion ours in the game.

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Fortnite continues to set record numbers for player counts, which is nothing new for the most popular battle royale title on the market. And now, developer Epic Games has revealed that the omnipresent colorful shooter has over 350 million registered players on mobile devices, Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

In addition to the staggeringly impressive registered player count, Epic confirmed that April was a hot month for Fortnite, with players spending over 3.2 billion hours in-game.

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The news comes not long after Epic announced the in-game concert Party Royale Premiere, which will go live on Friday, May 8. The show will feature live music by Dillon Francis, Steve Aoki, and Deadmau5, as well as in-game events and freebies you can get by logging in on any platform. Party Royale Premiere will also rebroadcast on Saturday, May 9 for those who miss it.

This Friday's Party Royale concert isn't the first of its kind. Earlier this month, Epic partnered with the American DJ and producer Diplo for an in-game concert that featured live music and a purchasable Major Lazer skin pack.

The American psychedelic rapper Travis Scott also teamed up with Epic for the Astronomical concert. The in-game event, which included a brand-new track from Scott, reached unprecedented heights when more than 12.3 million people logged in for it. Further, the event set a record-breaking number of Fornite players, with more than 27.7 million unique players participating 45.8 million times across the five showings.

Previously uncovered by prolific dataminer Lucas7yoshi before Epic officially unveiled and launched the casual mode in late April, Fortnite's Party Royale is now live on all platforms.

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