Petition to Epic Games
Add Save The World to Nintendo Switch Version of Fortnite
Fortnite’s PvE Mode, “Save the World,” is a crucial part of the game. Although it’s nowhere near as popular as the phenomenon that is the game’s Battle Royale Mode, it’s still part of what makes Fortnite... Fortnite. Unlike the Battle Royale Mode, Save The World is currently in Early Access, and costs money to be played. This is likely part of the reason why the mode doesn’t get as much attention as Battle Royale. Once the mode is finished and it becomes free, as Epic Games has stated will happen later this year, it will probably gain a lot more players. And when that happens, it should already be available to play on Nintendo Switch. One of the main reasons Save The World is so important is because it allows the player to obtain free V-Bucks, the game’s digital currency, used to buy things like cosmetics and emotes in the in-game store. Save the World is what makes these items affordable. The only other way to get V-Bucks in Battle Royale Mode is an occasional 100 as a reward on a Battle Pass, which itself costs 950 V-Bucks, or to buy them with real money, at a conversion rate of 100 V-Bucks per real world currency. (Or 1 V-Buck per Yen in Japan) In comparison to most other free-to-play games, Fortnite’s items are more on the expensive side. Simple costumes for your player characters can cost as much as $20 (€20, 2,000¥, etc.) worth of V-Bucks. These prices are so high because of how easily V-Bucks can be obtained in Save The World. However, if the game is being played on Nintendo Switch, the only way to obtain V-Bucks in bulk is to buy them with real world money. While this may also be true for players on PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 who haven’t purchased Save The World, they at least have to option to buy it, but Switch players don’t. Mobile players also don’t have the option, but Epic Games has said that that is because the mode would take up too much space on a phone or tablet. This argument is not valid for Nintendo Switch, which uses Micro SD Cards and therefore can fit up to 512 Gigabytes of data if the owner is willing to pay for such a large size. Epic Games has given little to no good reason as to why Save the World isn’t available on Nintendo Switch. In fact, there is a glitch on the Nintendo Switch version of the game that can cause the option to play Save the World to appear, as seen in this video. Unfortunately, the way to trigger the glitch is unknown, and the player who made the video hasn’t purchased the mode, so there’s no way to know if it would have loaded properly. However, this proves that Epic Games had at one point planned to include Save the World on Nintendo Switch, or else this screen wouldn’t exist in that version of the game at all. This raises the question as to why it was removed, and more importantly, if it will be added. An Epic Games representative has stated that there are no plans to put the mode on Switch, but clearly that wasn’t always the case. There are also a lot of players who started on another console and bought Save The World, only to move to Nintendo Switch and no longer be able to access the mode they paid a lot of money for. This was a problem a lot of players had with the mobile version of the game. They were upset they couldn’t take the Save The World experience with them wherever they went. One of the biggest attributes of Fortnite in Nintendo Switch is that it lets you take the game anywhere, without needing to use the mobile version’s touch controls. But right now, Save the World isn’t part of that deal. The only way to play the mode out of the house right now is to play it on a laptop, and not many people have a laptop that can handle a game like Fortnite. Right now, Epic Games has been heavily focusing on the more popular Battle Royale Mode. But as soon as they get around to finishing Save the World and making it free, its popularity is going to blow up. And when that happens, Switch players shouldn’t have to wait any longer than the PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 players to be able to access it. With all of that exposition, the goal of this petition is to show Epic Games that there are Fortnite Players out there who want the Save The World Mode to be playable on Nintendo Switch. If you’re one of those players, please sign your name and share the petition with your friends to help us reach our goal of at least 10,000 signatures.
Petition to Epic Games
Port Fortnite on Linux
Fortnite, a massively popular game, is available on: Windows, Mac, Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One and iOS. (Android version in beta as of August 16th). They are supporting a LOT of platforms, but they are missing one important OS. Linux. While definitely not as popular as Windows or MacOS, Linux has millions of users. And while according to the Steam Hardware and Software Survey Linux is used by only 0,49% of the total users, there are Linux gamers who just want to play Fortnite! So, please, sign this petition if you are a Linux gamer like me who also wants to play Fortnite without needing Windows, or you just think Epic should make their game available for everyone, or at least make Fortnite playable with WINE. Thank you for reading this.
Petition to Fortnite , Epic Games
Vault the Brute!
The new B.R.U.T.E robot that was introduced in Fortnite Season 10 is absolutely broken. Defending yourself against it is nearly impossible. In the rare chance you do live after combat with this abomination, you've wasted pretty much all of your resources and ammo. I really can't understand how the developers thought this was a good idea to implement into the game, and I mean that in the most respectful way possible. It has to go. We need it vaulted right now. The game does not feel like the Fortnite we all know and love with this on the island. Join me in #VaultTheBrute Please do your part. Sign this petition, share it with whoever you can, and send it over to Epic Games. We should not let this slide.
Petition to Darren Sugg, Epic Games, Tim Sweeney, People Can Fly
1. Fortnite is ruining your life The Fortnite Addiction Is Real Fortnite Addiction Is Real, Health Professionals Warn Fortnite Addiction Sending Kids To Rehab Why Fortnite Is Addicting 'Fortnite' addiction is real, and parents are failing to take responsibility Are your kids hooked on Fortnite? It can become a dangerous addiction How I lost my kid to Fortnite Dr. Phil 2. Fortnite is ruining the Gaming Industry 'Fortnite' is killing the rest of the video game industry Fortnite has ruined Video Gaming for everyone Fortnite is killing everything it touches 3. Fortnite is stealing Fortnite Stole From Me 'Fresh Prince' actor Alfonso Ribeiro and Instagram's Backpack Kid are the latest artists to sue the creators of ‘Fortnite’ for allegedly copying dance moves to make money 10 Things Fortnite Did To Keep Players from Playing Apex Legends There's many more but let's just start with these Here's why I hate Fortnite Fortnite is a free-to-play title. You don’t need money to play it. Guess who doesn’t have money? Children. The playerbase is incredibly young, and with the anonymity granted by voice chat in a video game they can get incredibly cocky and annoying. Thus, the playerbase is mostly composed of 12 year-olds. As an addition to the previous paragraph, Fortnite is very well-optimized and can run on nearly any modern computer, adding to its accessibility to young children. When your greatest demographic is very young players, you tend to try to market more strongly towards them. This generates more money for Epic Games, but it detracts from the gameplay experience for players in their teens and adulthood. The graphics are in a cartoonish style. While there is nothing wrong with this in and of itself, people tend to prefer a more realistic style in modern video games. There is a very distinct lack of a first-person-view mode. This is the only thing that has stopped me from playing the game this whole time: I couldn’t aim in third-person to save my life. #deletefortnite #savethisgeneration
Petition to Epic Games, Fortnite
Change the Name of Fortnite Stones to Bricks
People petitioned to thank the bus driver and Epic Games made it happen, so why can’t we change the name of one material? They’re not even stones. They’re BRICKS. If you’ve ever played Far Cry 5, you’d know the primary antagonist is portrayed by none other than Greg Bryk, so we should honor him by changing the name to building bryks, or at least bricks, if you will, like his show. His son is a big fan of the game, too, and you can make his dreams come true and ours as well! Any time spent for our cause is greatly appreciated. This means a lot of us, and so does Greg.