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Fortnite is one of the most famous Battle Royale games in the Gaming Industry. Developed and Published by Epic Games, this game peaks at over 24 million players on any given day. It also has 250M+ average monthly players playing this cartoon-style Battle Royale game. In this article, we will discuss all the major Fortnite Rules.
Recently, Fortnite had removed the building ability from their game completely to attract more players into the game. The change was extremely well received with a lot of top Twitch Streamers and YouTubers streaming and playing the game consistently during this period. This led to a lot of people wondering what the Fortnite Rules are all about, and we’ve got you covered.
Fortnite Rules aren’t officially stated by Epic games but are unofficially made by the community that they strive to follow. They are the rules that the community strives to follow. Here are all the most important rules:
All Fortnite Rules Explained
Fortnite Rule 12
Rule 12th states that Anything a player says can (and will) be used against them. This rule within the Fortnite Rules urges the players to think twice about what they say in-game. It advises players to not say anything toxic or uncivilized.
Fortnite Rule 13
This rule states that anything a Fortnite Players says can (and will) be converted to something else. This rule basically says that one rash/weird comment on YouTube or any other social media platform can turn you into a meme, which wouldn’t be in a good way.
Fortnite Rule 23
Rule 23 states that all the actions or decisions taken should be with the approval of a majority of the team members. If you play solo, this rule doesn’t mean anything to you. But this rule states that all of the decisions made in a squad should be with approval of a majority of teammates.
Fortnite Rule 24
This rule states that every player has the ability to intervene. While it can be really annoying if one of the teammates join the battle late and with full health, it is accepted as a part of the game and shouldn’t be ridiculed or criticized.
Fortnite Rule 32
This rule asks people to have appropriate footage or pictures to back up their brag claims. If you’ve got an insane Solo Vs Squad or a flying headshot, you need to have proof of it or it never happened, according to this rule within the Fortnite Rules.
Fortnite Rule 33
Rule 33 is kind of an extension to Rule 12 and it states that Players should keep their comments in-game to themselves. It basically means that if you have any comments/insults about how someone plays or how something happens, keep it to themselves because it can backfire.
Fortnite Rule 34
I’m sure some of you are definitely aware of the term “Rule 34” itself. Yes, it has a similar meaning in Fortnite. This rule states that adult content related to the game either already does or will circulate online.
Fortnite Rule 63
This rule simply states that every male or female avatar of the game has a gender-swapped version. If there is a Doctor Strange in Fortnite, then there is definitely a Female version of Doctor Strange somewhere on the World Wide Web.
Fortnite Rule 64
Rule 64 implies that there are Alternate Universes for Fortnite. Fortnite Universe is an integral part of the game’s lore and narrative so this rule is taken pretty seriously by the lore-hungry part of the community.
Fortnite Rule 69
Even if you weren’t aware of Rule 34, there is no way you aren’t aware of 69. This is probably the funniest rule in all of the Fortnite Rules. It encourages people to say/type ‘kind’ whenever they see the numbers 69 together anywhere in and around the game.
That will do for all the important Fortnite Rules followed by the community.
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