Fortnite online game to get in-built video chat feature: Report

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Recently, Epic Games announced a new promotion, which allows players who actually shop for money and have new Disney Plus customers who can get a streaming service for up to two months for free.

Epic Games is reportedly adding a new video chat feature to its battle royale game Fortnite where players can watch live feeds of their friends inside the game and the feature is powered by House party, a chat app that Epic acquired last year and will only be available on PC, PS4 as well as PS5, The Verge reports.

To use this feature a user needs to link their Epic and House party accounts and then “Fortnite Mode” can be enabled in the app. When this happens, a party of friends can be formed and their live feeds will be displayed on the left side of the screen while playing the game.

In addition, one can create a party of a maximum of 10 people in the app, although only four will appear in Fortnite. Reportedly, the House party app will only display the user’s face; the camera will automatically snap to the face and replace everything else with a colourful background. If the face moves off-camera, the feed will show nothing more than just the background.

Recently, Epic Games announced a new promotion, which allows players who actually shop for money and have new Disney Plus customers who can get a streaming service for up to two months for free.

In North America, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand where Disney Plus is available, this offer is valid until December 31 for players 18 years or older.

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