Fortnite is one of the most popular games in the world right now, but it turns out that it might not be what you think. Some people have been saying that Fortnite is based on a true story, and while this might seem like a joke, there are actually some people who believe it.
Epic Games has left many people wanting to know if Fortnite is based on a true story. But the question remains: is it true or not? The Epic Games team has confirmed that it’s fiction, but we get asked this question in most of our interviews, so we decided to answer it once and for all. The rest is up to you.
To set the record straight, no Fortnite is not based on a true story, unless you count this sick joke.
This has resulted in some pretty hilarious memes.
Fortnite is a true story based off where I dropped 100 orphans on and island and they have to kill each other till last man standing
— Dibas💯 (@YoungCockDibas) August 12, 2021
fortnite is actually based on a true story, in 1945 one hundred people were put on an island and told to fight after this there was no trace of the island left and has never been seen again.
— rooby doo (@rrobyv) September 18, 2021
Fortnite is a real game not that kiddie Cold War crap. Fortnite is like a real war zone and at least it’s based on a true story. Tired of these call of duty games making up stories. It’s not even cold yet
— SGT Herb (@sgtherb) November 16, 2020
Based on a true story 🥲. In 1986, 100 people were forced into fighting to the death on a remote island in exchange for a metal umbrella. It might be a match but i cannot be certain. The developer supported, community run subreddit dedicated to the fortnite: In 1886, 100 people were forced into fighting to death on a remote island in.