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6 Things Parents Should Know About Fortnite

Wednesday October 24th, 2018
 
The Fortnite frenzy seemed to come out of nowhere -- almost as if it dropped from a party bus in the sky. And now many parents are taking notice of this rollicking game where players fight to the death. With Fortnite's millions of players and sudden success, you might be wondering: What's it all about -- and is it okay for my kids?
 
This survival-action game is a bit like what you'd get if you combined a sandbox-building game like Minecraft with an action shooter like Call of Duty. On one hand, it's getting major points with kids and parents alike for building teamwork and thoughtful collaboration. On the other hand, it's a combat-based game with tons of guns and violence. 
 
Read Common Sense Media's full review of Fortnite, and learn more about how it works and find answers to parents' most frequently asked questions about the game and how to use it safely.

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