What is the Fortnite Player Base in 2022?
It is quite amazing to see the Epic Games Fortnite success, especially considering its humble beginnings as a pure PVE experience. This was later renamed Save the World. Save the World was a long-awaited release. Epic saw an opportunity to make Fortnite: Battle Royale. The rest is history. How many Fortnite players still play it in 2021?
Epic has been conservative in the release of official figures recently, limiting themselves to specific milestones of players attained.
Epic revealed that Fortnite had 350 million registered accounts and players spent 3.3billion hours playing the game during April 2020. In a lawsuit against Epic, they repeated the same number in August 2020. These numbers may be a result of the global situation, but it’s not surprising that they are so impressive.
Due to the massive fallout between Epic Games & Apple, it appears that Fortnite’s total number of players has plummeted. Fortnite on iOS devices accounts for approximately 116 million of the total 350 million Fortnite players.
Important to note that these figures don’t include spam or secondary accounts. However, it is still a significant milestone considering the issues with mobile. Fortnite is a popular game due to its free nature and pop culture status. This doesn’t answer the question about who’s still playing Fortnite, but Chapter 3 is a good place to start.
Before we get into the analysis of Fortnite’s player numbers, it is important to note that any site that claims to have an active player count is false. Epic does not have this information available publicly for anyone to view every second. Sites such as playercounter.com can be inaccurate.