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Fans and play­ers of the video game “Fort­nite” are un­happy with the new de­ci­sions that Epic Games took re­gard­ing the “Save the World” mode in the game.

In 2018, Epic Games stated that the “Save the World” mode in the game would even­tu­ally be free to play and ever since, play­ers have been ea­gerly wait­ing to try the Player vs. En­vi­ron­ment mode.

Epic Games have been con­cen­trat­ing on de­vel­op­ing the “Fort­nite Bat­tle Royale” mode since its suc­cess­ful launch, ne­glect­ing the “Save the World” mode and leav­ing it full of bugs and dis­grun­tled play­ers. On Tues­day, Epic Games an­nounced that they would be bring­ing “Save the World” out of Early Ac­cess, but it will no longer be of­fered for free in the fu­ture, re­main­ing a pre­mium ex­pe­ri­ence and con­tra­dict­ing what they had stated in 2018.

Play­ers seem to be up­set with

Epic Games for not mak­ing good on their prom­ise and have launched the #SaveSaveTh­eWorld hash­tag on Twit­ter, which is trending world­wide at No.1. Play­ers used the hash­tag to ex­press their thoughts.

@ITalkFort­nite tweeted: “My heart hurts for Save the World. The sto­ry­line was never fin­ished, even though they claim it is. I hope some good comes out of this. I can’t imag­ine how peo­ple that made their start in Save the World feel right now. I hope some­thing is done to keep it alive.”

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