Fortnite’s birthday challenges let you earn a tasty backpack cake


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Fortnite players will celebrate the game's birthday next week through a limited time, in-game event. It's hard to believe the game has already been out for a year but on July 24th, Fortnite will be 1 year old.

Challenges include playing matches, dealing damage to opponents and even dancing in front of birthday cakes in the game.

While it's not necessarily stealthy, which can be a really important quality in a Battle Royale game where you need to avoid conflict until you stand a good chance at winning, it still looks hilarious.

The number-crunchers over at SuperData are reporting that the global craze that is Epic Games' Fortnite has absolutely raked in the gold with its in-game purchases, with estimates popping the $1 billion dollar mark.

Fortnite is getting ready to celebrate its one year birthday and the team wants you to celebrate with them.

Battle Royale Revenue
Source Super Data Research

Completing all three challenges will get you a birthday cake back bling, an appropriately tasty-looking cake with lit candles. A special birthday Battle Bus and more will also be available in the game during this period.

For players opting to try out Save the World, all players will have to do is complete the Fortnite Birthday quest line and they'll get the new Birthday Brigade Ramirez hero for their time. Share your squad's best birthday cake dance party with #Fortnite1st on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.

Additionally, a new birthday questline will be added to Fortnite's Save the World mode.

Battle Royale games are expected to make at least $2 billion in revenue in 2018 - about seven times the amount they made past year.

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