Fortnite: Battle Royale is the largest free-to-play console game of all time, according to a SuperData report.

Fortnite "generated $223 million across all platforms (console, PC, Mobile) in March, up a whopping 73% from February," the report read. The game is now the largest free-to-play console game of all time in terms of revenue and monthly active users.


On a list of top grossing PC titles, including free-to-play games and pay-to-play games, Fortnite is ranked fifth, ​asserting its dominance over fellow battle royale game PLAYERUNKNOWN'S BATTLEGROUNDS. 


​​Fortnite's popularity among players continues to grow after an eventful March when ​Drake played Fortnite with Tyler "Ninja" Blevins. Ninja shattered Twitch records reaching 637,000 concurrent viewers, a record previously held by Dr. Disrespect at 388,000 concurrent viewers. 


Epic Games later ​launched a mobile version of Fortnite, making ​$15 million in revenue in its first month.

​​Ninja recently held a Fortnite tournament in Las Vegas, breaking the Twitch record he previously set. The game's momentum shows no signs of stopping any time soon.


Fortnite conducted a competition to ​immortalize a player's dance in the game and launched an exciting ​50-v-50 Limited Time Mode. Season 3 of the game's Battle Pass is coming to an end as ​Season 4 was recently teased by Epic Games through a photo.


Cover photo courtesy of Epic Games