Hasbro have partnered with Epic Games to introduce a range of Fortnite™ inspired play experiences, including a line of officially licensed NERF Fortnite blasters, and a MONOPOLY: Fortnite Edition Game. Could Fortnite Monopoly be the thing to get your tweens & teens offscreen?
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Recently Hasbro announced a partnership with Epic Games to introduce a range of Fortnite™ inspired play experiences available globally this month.
If you have a NERF and a Fortnite fan, then the new NERF Fortnite blasters will immerse fans into the player-versus-player action of the game, letting them play out the Battle Royale in real world settings with blasters and accessories that emulate the amazing onscreen battles Fortnite is known for.
Meanwhile for those who enjoy board games, MONOPOLY Fortnite will bring a battle building twist to the iconic fast dealing property trading game.
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About Fortnite Monopoly
The game play, design, and components of the board game include elements inspired by the video game including fortnite locations and loot chest cards.
Instead of Monopoly money, players earn health points. They first choose a character, picking from 27 awesome outfits. Then, it’s time to battle. The action die lets players pick up health packs, build walls, and damage their opponents.
Every time a player passes Go they unleash the Storm; avoid it or lose your health points.
Like in the Fortnite video game, the last player standing wins!
As with the classic game, Fortnite Monopoly is suitable for 2 to 7 players. It does say for ages 13+ but given many parents let their tweens play Fortnite, we don’t think will be a barrier to younger kids.
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