The Newest Craze In Gaming - Battle Royale
Much like the JUUL, and in turn, JuulWraps, Battle Royale games are a fairly new concept. Battle Royale games have only come to light in the past few years with the introduction of games like H1Z1 and PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, more popularly referred to as PUBG, both originally released for PC. These new “Battle Royale” genre games became immensely popular, with millions of daily viewers across multiple live streaming platforms like Twitch and YouTube. Additionally, a new wave of streaming personalities came from these games; Ultra popular streamers like Dr. Disrespect and Shroud enjoyed, and still do enjoy fame and fortune on the back of H1Z1 and PUBG.
While these games are played, watched, and loved by millions, they are part of a new trend in the way that games are released - this is known as “early access”. Early access games are in the pre-Alpha stage of development, a stage of development usually handled in-house and before much information about the game is released. In the case of PUBG and H1Z1, the developers used human players interested in the concept of the game as a way to gain funding early on and smooth out bugs and issues within the game as the development process develops. With PUBG and H1Z1, being in early access also meant that much of the game was unfinished, leaving many players frustrated by issues like being unable to join games, unable to play with friends, and serious lag problems when the game is actually being played. Like the problem that JuulWraps solved with people that were tired of having a plain old Juul, something had to be done…
Fortnite Takes The Stage
Those that were sick of the issues that came with these early access Battle Royale game longed for something that played and functioned better than these games that were basically skeletons compared to other games on the market. Enter Fortnite, which completely changed the way that people looked at Battle Royale games, as well as the Early Access model. Fortnite was not intended to be a Battle Royale game, or in this regard, a competitive multiplayer game at all. Beginning development in 2011, Fortnite was intended to be a cooperative “survival” game heavily focused on building and crafting. Fast forward to July 25th, 2017 and Fortnite releases with a less than desirable launch in terms of revenue for development company Epic Games. Scrambling for a way for their game to become more popular and a successful title, Epic Games decided to take a radical turn with their project Fortnite and released a free-to-play competitive Battle Royale mode for the game, riding on the wave of successful games in the genre like H1Z1 and PUBG. While this game mode also released in the “early access” stage of development, it’s foundation as a completely different game gave the developers a serious edge over their competitors in terms of how well the game functions across different platforms. Not to mention - When Fortnite Battle Royale was released, it was the only Battle Royale game for just about all popular platforms; Xbox One, PS4, and PC players alike could enjoy the new craze of Battle Royale. Fortnite and JuulWraps have a lot of similarities - both solved an issue in their area of expertise. For JuulWraps, we helped those that were tired of having the same old graphite colored Juul turn their trusty e-cig into a work of art that allows them to express themselves. For Fortnite, they answered the concerns of millions of gamers that wanted more out of their Battle Royale experience. Combining the two and creating a Fortnite Juul Skin was a no-brainer for Team JuulWraps.
Show Your Love For Fortnite With The Fortnite Juul Skin From JuulWraps
Today, Fortnite is without a doubt the most played game on the market. It’s properly executed early access model has allowed the game to grow substantially and overpass its competitors by a large margin. On the most popular live streaming platform Twitch, there are about 200,000 people watching Fortnite at all times. League Of Legends, the second most popular game streamed on Twitch, is dwarfed by the popularity of Fortnite, with an average of 90,000 people watching the game at all times. Our team here at JuulWraps are huge fans of the game and are more than aware of its massive popularity around the globe. That’s why we’re glad to provide our fans and customers with the Fortnite Juul Skin, exclusive to JuulWraps.com. We know how awesome it feels to secure a Victory Royale, whether in Solos or squads, and that’s what inspired us to use the Victory Royale banner paired with the Iconic supply Llama and Supply crate graphics.
Take your love for the game to the next level, and let people know you know exactly where you and your boys are dropping each time you hit the Juul wrapped in the Fortnite Juul skin from JuulWraps.com.