Fortnite’s trajectory makes for a really interesting slice of videogame history. It launched into an “Early Access Season” in July 2017 and didn’t exactly set the world on fire—until September, when Epic unleashes the PUBG-inspired Fortnite Battle Royale on the world, which changed, well, everything. The ostensible new mode (remember when it was just a “mode?”) quickly took over the whole show, to the point that Fortnite Battle Royale is now the “real” Fortnite, while the game as it was originally envisioned was branched off into Fortnite: Save the World.

Over the years since then, while Fortnite has grown progressively bigger and more influential, Save the World has plodded on too, doing its own thing along its own path of Early Access development. And now, finally, it’s finished.

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