Due to strict restrictions, Fortnite will be closed in China on November 15th
Epic Games, the owner of the famous video game Fortnite, decided to close its servers in China on November 15, with the suspension of registrations for new user accounts starting today, due to the company’s inability to comply with the requirements of Chinese law.
According to the Game Rant website, which specializes in games, the game Fortnite in China, known as Fortress Night, will not be available starting November 15 through Internet providers in China, and no player or user of the game in China will be able to access it after this date.
Fortnite has been greatly hampered in China due to the fact that Fortnite in China has significant differences compared to other releases around the world, and this is a result of Epic Games not being able to monetize the game in the same way it has in other regions due to Chinese law.
Fortnite is set to disappear from China completely, and Fortnite earns a lot of its revenue through micro-transactions, which have been banned by the Chinese government, and this makes it difficult for Epic Games to monetize the game in China.
And Fortnite was banned from China completely in 2018, when the game was at the height of its popularity, due to many of the same censorship laws, and this means that Epic Games lost a lot of potential players, due to modifications to the game that became one of the most unusual differences in the Chinese version of The game which is likely to have kept many players away.
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