It is the joint creation of the TeamCre8 team and YouTube user Mustard Plays. Its development, they say, has lasted about 6 months. The game, set with elements of Battle Royale mode and Save the World mode, consists of 6 levels of platforms.
In The Fourth Dimension, the player finds himself in the post-disaster time that has wiped out all of humanity. We are the only hope on the planet. The gaming experience lasts between 6 and 10 hours.
Twitch has decided to suspend a Fortnite professional gamer for playing with a blocked streamer. This is Cody “Clix” Conrad, a professional of the famous battle royale of only 14 years old.
“Clix”, who is a member of Misfits Gaming, will not be able to broadcast their games for a week. Kotaku says that the Amazon video streaming platform decided to sanction this gamer for playing with “Zayn”, a popular streamer who was banned by Twitch some time ago.
The truth is that “Clix” had taken precautions and had silenced “Zayn”. However, the measure did not work and ended up playing with him. That is why Twitch has punished him. Your account will be active again on November 18.
At the time, “Zayn” was also temporarily suspended. However, this player broke the agreement, violating the rules of the platform. When Twitch knew that “Zayn” did not respect the initial sanction, he decided to block it permanently.
Before “Clix”, playing with “Zayn” already hurt another Fortnite professional and for the same reason. “Khanada” received a penalty of 3 days punishment for playing with the banned streamer.
In the case of “Clix” you can talk about a bad streak, because a few weeks ago he was also a victim of swatting. This involves calling an emergency service giving a false notice of a serious incident to come to a home.
This young streamer was in the middle of broadcasting a game from the Fortnite Championship Series. Suddenly, he had to leave the game because the police had appeared at his house alerted by a distress call, which turned out to be false.
This could be the end of the professional career of Fortnite player Jarvis Kaye, since Epic Games has decided to expel him for using a bot that allowed him to mark enemies to have them located.
This young Englishman belongs to the FaZe Clan, an eSports organization led by his brother, youTuber FaZe Kay. As Dexperto explained, although Jarvis has been using this tool in his secondary account, not in the one he used to compete, the developer has decided to permanently expel him.
The eSports player uploaded a video this Sunday in which he showed his surprise at the decision of Epic Games. “Recently, I have posted a few videos where I have used aimbot in Solo and Playground mode. Everything I was thinking about while making those videos was how entertaining and interesting it would be for viewers,” Jarvis Kaye explained on his YouTube channel. . “It didn’t even occur to me that Fortnite could banish me for life for this.”