Fortnite Battle Royale: Guide for Parents & Carers

Here’s everything parents need to know about Fortnite Battle Royale

‘Fortnite – Battle Royale’, is a free to play section of the game ‘Fortnite’. The game sees 100 players dropped on to
an island from a ‘battle bus’ where they have to compete until one survivor remains. The last remaining player on the island wins the game. Players have to find items hidden around the island, such as weapons, to help them survive longer in the game. To make the game harder, there is an added twist called ‘the storm’, which reduces the size of the island from the start of gameplay, making the players
closer together in proximity. The game is available on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Mac and iOS. Download our full guide by clicking below:

Musicalternative create ‘Keep It Switched On’: An online safety song about Fortnite, for parents

We would like to introduce you to Dan and Sam, also known as ‘Musicalternative.’ The duo use songs to deliver fun and engaging lessons while teaching key topics from the National Curriculum. As part of our #WakeUpWednesday campaign, we’ve teamed up with our tremendously talented teacher friends to bring you this catchy number to help parents stay ‘switched on’ when their children are playing #Fortnite. We hope you love this video just as much as we do here at National Online Safety.

Insight – A teenager’s thoughts about ‘Fortnite: Battle Royale’

UKEdPodcast: Opportunities and concerns with video games

We’re delighted to have been contacted by UK Ed Chat for an interview in relation to the rise in popularity of the game Fortnite: Battle Royale.

With 45 million users worldwide many of who are below the games recommended age of 12+ most trusted adults haven’t even heard of the game, let alone be aware of the risks. We think it’s time to #wakeup to the online threat.

Take a listen to what our Senior Consultant Chris Skinner has to say about the game.

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2018-11-13T20:16:31+00:00April 18th, 2018|
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