If you're joining the next generation of video game consoles this week, Fortnite will be there too. Updated versions of the super-popular battle royale game will come out for each console's launch date -- on Tuesday and on Thursday -- developer Epic confirmed in a blog post.
All of the next-gen versions will have faster loading times and 60 frames per second split-screen multiplayer. The PS5 and versions will include 4K resolution at 60fps, along with dynamic visuals and physics. The less powerful Series S will allow for a 1080P resolution, running at 60fps.
On PS5, thewill let you feel haptic trigger feedback when you use ranged weapons.
You'll be able to pick up your progress from the current-gen version, Epic noted.
On Friday, Epic confirmed that purchasing V-Bucks or using real money to buy anything in Fortnite starting Tuesday will get youof Disney Plus. A subscription to Disney's streaming service usually costs $7 a month, or $70 if you pay for a full year up front.