"In fairness, there are 3 distinct things happening. You have businesses like mine that encourage cross-play and empower cross-play. You own a programmer and articles owner that wants cross-play and is encouraging cross-play, then you've got the other platform holders and what it is they do. When it comes to other platform holders, as far because you have influence on additional stage holders, I do not. And that Buy Fortnite Items is a choice that each one of them are creating, and some are encouraging cross-play and a few aren't."

Sony itself was kind of dickish about its refusal to play nice. It eventually gave BBC a statement about the matter yesterday. If this isn't a we hear you and don't care reply then I am not sure what is.

Sony went on to note that it's 80 million users. That differs in the 73 million consoles Variety maintained were in the last month. Both amounts could be accurate --lots of households have more than one user on a console, and both numbers are still more than double the consoles Microsoft has sold.

All the users Sony has way that it doesn't even have to give a shit what Microsoft or Nintendo thinks. It's the biggest kid in the playground by a wide margin. And as the statement to the BBC went on to note that Sony offers"Fortnite cross-play support with PC, Mac, iOS, and Android apparatus"

It might not play nice with it's immediate competitors, but it doesn't have any problem playing fine with Apple, Windows, and Android--most of which have much, much, much larger userbases compared to Sony's PS4 games console.

Like many games of its type, Fortnite: Battle Royale is on a program. The weekly conflict pass Challenges go every Tuesday in the first morning Eastern Time: when there is no server downtime, they appear at 4:00 a.m.. If there is downtime to get a new update, developer Epic Games declares it daily before and it begins at 4:00 a.m., with the newest content and challenges going live once the downtime is completed. There is even a tiny countdown on the battle page that indicates as much. For Week 5, however, there seems to be some thing wrong.

If you go to inspect the Week 5 challenges in Fortnite Facebook at this time, all you see is a little message that says"unlocks in 0 minutes" with seven empty places under it, the same as for any weeks for which the challenges have yet to unlock. It has been like that because 4:00 a.m.. At the time of this writing, that signifies the challenges have been stuck in this limbo for almost one hour.