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Can You Identify These Fortnite Objects from a Photo?
by Kennita Leon
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Fortnite, which is also known as Fortnite: Save the World, is a video game that was developed by Epic Games and was released just about a year ago on July 25th. The game requires players to survive in a world where sudden storms caused the vast majority of the Earth's population to vanish, while zombies roam to attack those that are left. 

Released on a variety of platforms like the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and of course PC (Windows and MacOS), the game calls for players to work together to build fortifications, collect food and other helpful resources including medical supplies and weaponry to not only fight the storm, but also the zombies that are out there. 

Now, these fortifications and supplies don't necessarily come easy. Sometimes players need to complete missions to get to them. But once you get them, do you know what they are as soon as you spot them? Can you name the items without going into your inventory to check what you just found?

We want to test how big of a Fortnite fan you are by asking you to identify items found within the game. Do you know all the different guns, or is a medkit all you can identify? Let's see if you can ace this quiz!

(All photos wouldn't be possible without the amazing publishers of Fortnite at Epic Games & Gearbox Software)

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