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Millions just tuned in to Fortnite’s stunning end of Halloween live event
Fortnite just wrapped up its Halloween event and its months-long purple cube storyline with a brilliant and baffling live event.
More than two million people were watching on YouTube and another 1.5 million on Twitch, as a unique “Butterfly Effect” moment played out for everyone in-game.
For months, the cube – nicknamed Kevin by fans – has been rumbling around Fortnite’s map in real-time causing trouble, ripping up part of Loot Lake and transporting it in a vortex around the map, and sparking the Halloween monsters players have been fending off over the past couple of weeks. As of tonight, however, Kevin is no more.
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