FORTNITE LEAKER SHARES FULL DOOMSDAY DEVICE IMAGE AS EVENT NEARS

If you’re a Fortnite player, you can navigate to the character Midas’s room in the Battle Pass screen. Visible behind the character is a slowly evolving orb referred to as the ‘Doomsday Device,’ one that has changed considerably over the past couple of weeks. The device is mostly hidden behind a wall, but one popular Fortnite leaker has shown it … Continue reading

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