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There are two modes to the game: If your kids say they're playing Fortnite, they're probably talking about Battle Royale, the free-to-play multiplayer offshoot of Fortnite. In this version, up to people participate in a match together.
Players are dropped onto the game map and must compete to be the last one standing by killing every other player in the game.
During the game, players collect weapons, build safe structures, and try to avoid the Storm that damages all players outside of a safe zone.
Unlike the Save the World version, there aren't any zombies to kill, which makes it a less scary version to play. However, players can buy items to make themselves look like a zombie or another creepy character.
Do you play by yourself or with a team in Fortnite: There are three modes of play in Battle Royale: Solo, Duo, and Squad. In Solo mode, you're dropped into the game alone. In Duo, you're dropped in with a partner. In Squad mode, you play on a team of four. Duos and Squads can either be friends choosing to play together or randomly matched players.
All players in a match are playing in the same mode. What if I'm not ready for the action of Battle Royale? Playground mode lets players get used to the mechanics of the game without the pressure of fighting other gamers. Playground sessions are limited to a maximum of four players, and you can even put everyone on the same team to eliminate the possibility of friendly fire.
What is Save the World? Save the World is the traditional solo campaign in the game Fortnite. Unlike in Battle Royale, where players compete against each other, players in the Save the World mode are survivors of an apocalyptic storm where the few remaining humans must band together to defeat creepy zombie-like creatures called husks.
Why is my kid so interested in playing Fortnite? There are many reasons why Fortnite has taken off with kids. One is that it combines two other genres that are big winners with young gamers.
Another is that it has a more cartoonish look than some other more gory video games, so younger gamers are drawn to it. Kids can play with friends in Duos and Squads, creating a more social element.
Plus, in the case of Battle Royale, it's free although it does have in-app purchases -- more on that below. Is Fortnite appropriate for kids?
For some parents, the cartoonish, bloodless style of the action in Fortnite makes the violence less problematic than the aggressive gore in other popular shooter games. But the game's online chat feature -- especially in Battle Royale -- could expose younger players to offensive language or mature content from random strangers.
Common Sense doesn't recommend games with open chat for kids under 13, but with the right controls and parental guidance, this can be a tween-friendly alternative to violent first-person shooters.Cognitive Benefits of Playing Video Games Research shows that video-game play improves basic mental abilities.
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