There will not be any face-to-face Fortnite games this year, which means there will be no Fortnite World Cup. At the same time, it is the Fortnite Competitive Series (FNCS), which hosts various events throughout the year, with a staggering amount. Epic has just introduced this year’s finale: FNCS Grand Royale in detail.
Do you know what they call the Grand Palais in Paris? wait.This is Chapter 2 Season 8 FNCS, and for anyone following, Epic has made one as always The unique format and rule set of the game It details how players enter and form their trio (this year’s FNCS focuses on squad trio, not doubles and quadruples). As you have already seen, the headlines have attracted more than $5 million in global regions: most of them, $2,250,300, are located in Europe, because so many competitions are held in this region.
The Grand Royale will be held over two weekends, the first will be the qualifying stage on November 11-14, and the second will be the finals on November 19-21. When the match is in progress, qualifying teams will enter a 3-hour open period, and they can participate in up to 10 matches to earn as many points as possible: the higher your team’s score in the match, the more points will be earned many. From there, the top 33 teams took a short trip on the “Road to Victory”, and those teams that did not advance got another chance on the “Road to Reload”.The rules of the game at this stage have been reduced to various points reward schemes, so I will not give you those, but the punishment for gluttony can be Enjoy the numbers here.
Epic did some very cool things on FNCS this year, and the publisher clearly realized that when the event lacks the magic of the crowd and the wonder they bring, it requires extra effort. This summer, it started using creative mode as part of the game, of course, it all buzzed in the background, while the rest of us watched the giant Ariana Grande fly across the sky dumbfounded.