I took a trip through the mega popular Fortnite game booth at E3. For the folks who aren't familiar, Fortnite is an online battle royale style game where up to one hundred people slug it out at once, trying to survive to be the last one standing.
One of the largest booths at E3 this year, Fortnite shows no signs of slowing down. As an investment in esports, Epic Games plans on providing $100 million dollars in prize money for competitions in 2018-2019.
Fans of Fortnite line up to get a chance at hands on play at E3 2018.
A player can go at it alone, or fight in duos or in squads, trying to eliminate others to become the last one standing.
On the screen we see a Bite Mark pick-axe, which is part of the Tricera Opts set.
Here's a person Cos playing as a bush. In Fortnite players can hide within a bush or use a special item bush as a disguise in order to get a drop on other players. This bush was there for photo ops only.
A Fortnite employee showed off her Tricera Ops Legendary skin, a rare item one can buy within the game.
In the game, Chug Jugs provide max health and shields. In this case, a dispenser provides cool, chilly water to this thirsty gamer.
Watermelon Loot Llama pops were being passed out to the Fortnite faithful.
These foam replica pick axes were there for the taking after gamers finished in-booth play.
The designs of the merchandise are based on in game "sprays." Hoodies cost $45 and t-shirts $25.
Fortnite Air Drop displaying various pick axe skins which can be used to mine wood, stone and steel (used to build defense structures).
Fans could take a chance on the Loot Llama bucking bronco machine at Fornite's E3 booth. In the game, the supply llama randomly spawns on the island to provide players with materials like wood, stone or steel along with bullets and other items. The llama is very rare and you might not see it over several games.
Players jump out of the Battle Bus at the beginning of Fortnite: Battle Royale.
The Battle Bus is held up by a hot air balloon, taking players along a straight line until they jump to their destination.
As you can see, the success of Fortnite was very visible at E3 2018. This month Epic says over 125 million players have battled it out since the game's launch.
See CNET's full coverage of E3 (2018)