Published: Tue, November 06, 2018
Sport | By Cameron Gross

'Fortnite' partners with the National Football League to bring team jerseys, gliders, more

'Fortnite' partners with the National Football League to bring team jerseys, gliders, more

Moments after that a butterfly appeared around all the players with wings made up of rifts, the game turned into a single long "cutscene" where the butterflies landed the gamers on their hand while transporting back to the regular map. Today, during a special in-game event at 1 PM ET, the floating cube exploded.

And here's the event from the perspective of popular Twitch streamer Ninja.

As it hovered above Loot Lake, the Cube began to glow. If you can't watch right now, here's the quick recap: it started with Kevin (RIP) spinning faster and faster in its spot above Leaky Lake. No information was given to players beforehand, other than something would happen in-game at 1pm EST on November 4, 2018. The cube soon vanished after that and dragged the players into an equally freaky bright realm. And all of this -the cube's melting, pulsating, spinning, vanishing, the weird realm with a flying butterfly - happened for about a minute or so.

Bayern and Rummenigge deny alleged attempt to lead breakaway 'Super League'
The documents reveal that the "initial guests" will be Atletico Madrid, Borussia Dortmund , Marseille, Inter Milan and AS Roma . Rummenigge said he was "not aware" of the new plans, after Bayern had also dismissed the report late Friday.

In a post that surprisingly did not begin with "Are you ready for some Fortnite?" developer Epic Games confirmed that National Football League uniforms are coming to the battle royale game.

The NFL announced on Monday that it has partnered with Epic Games, makers of "Fortnite", to offer NFL team outfits in the Battle Royale Item Shop starting on Friday. After the end of Fortnitemares, there may also be some new changes to the game that will take players some time to find out. Warnings of "the cube is unstable" were sent to players logging in from other platforms.

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