What Parents Need to Know about Fortnite Chapter 3 (Spanish)

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What Parents Need to Know about Fortnite Chapter 3 (Spanish)

Published 5th January 2022

A free online safety guide on Fortnite Chapter 3.

First released in 2017, Fortnite has become one of the most popular games in the world. It currently has around 350 million registered players. Developed by Epic Games, it began life exclusively as a ‘battle royale’ contest, where up to 100 online player characters would fight – with weaponry including rifles, handguns and rocket launchers – to be the last one standing. Today, it features multiple modes which each offer something different (although some modes, such as ‘Save the World’, are only available on certain platforms).

In the guide, you'll find tips on a number of potential risks such as scams, in-app purchases and user-controlled content.

This is part of our Gaming category.

Clare Godwin

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Clare Godwin

Experienced video game journalist, freelance writer and the owner and Editor-in-chief of Lunawolf Gaming.
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