“Fortnite Deleted” Kind Of Rumors Emerged Online, Again, This Time Due To Elon Musk

“Fortnite deleted” kind of rumors emerges online from time to time. Now, a huge buzz has been created online by the billionaire Elon Musk, owner of Tesla Motors and SpaceX, and Epic Games, the publisher of the Fortnite game, who have engaged in a little verbal battle on Twitter.

It seems Elon Musk is not a big fan of Fortnite

As usual, Elon Musk admitted via a post on Twitter that he is not a big fan of Fortnite Battle Royale. He posted an image of a magazine headline that reads “Elon Musk bought Fortnite and then deleted it.” Next, the billionaire said that it “had to been done, you’re welcome.”

Also, the owner of Tesla and SpaceX stated that he “had to save these children from eternal virginity,” an allusion to the supposed lack of intimate life in Fortnite hard gamers.

“Fortnite deleted” kind of rumors launched by a mock-up done by Elon Musk

Epic Games, the publisher of Fortnite, the most popular game on the planet, at the moment, has not given up and has found a way to respond to Elon Musk’s joke humorously. Epic Games retweeted an article on SpaceX’s predictions for a Mars base and asked “a whole decade, Elon Musk? Just build LOL.”

Musk replied, iterating that “reality is hard.”

The gamers worried about the “Fortnite deleted” rumors triggered by this joke, obviously got involved in this conversation in the same humorous vein. One of them wrote: “Excuse me, Mr. Musk, but I think it’s important for me to say that I lost my virginity after playing Fortnite.” The billionaire replied that “online doesn’t count.”

In other news, now seriously speaking, Fortnite Battle Royale is the most successful title of the moment, totaling millions of player on all platforms. Also, the Fortnite for iOS grossed a total of $300 million worldwide, according to a recent Sensor Tower.

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