is finally losing its early access status and, as a result, the development of its original Save the World PvE mode will slow down.The news comes after three years of development, during which the game became quite a phenomenon after moving from the initial horde mode to the battle of Royale. In recent months they have even seen it boast virtual concerts and collaborations with Star Wars, something that only one of the most famous video games in the world could bring.
In a posted on the Epic Games blog, the development team has revealed that the main story of Save the World “is complete”
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As Save the World runs out, its content will rotate for replayability. A new Ventures mode is also on the way, which will present new seasonal excursions in areas with “new and unique modifiers to deal with”. Players can take part in these initiatives to progress through the levels, collect specific business rewards and update items in their personal collection.
In other Fortnite news, the game recently hosted a series of Christopher Nolan film screenings as part of the Movie Nite at the Party Royale Big Screen event.
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