‘No, you can’t play Fortnite on a device rooted’. After the sell consoles imitation of PS Vita, rapper Soulja Boy – whose real name is…
‘No, you can’t play Fortnite on a device rooted’.
After the sell consoles imitation of PS Vita, rapper Soulja Boy – whose real name is DeAndre Cortez Way – is still trying to become a hollow so questionable in the video game world.
Soulja Boy speaks about his new console: Soulja Box
On this occasion, the rapper insisted that their next console will allow you to enjoy the popular Fortnite Battle Royale. “It is not a scam,” explained Cortez Way, when asked about the prices and the operating system on your home system, the Soulja Box. “All the games there are licensed. There are 800 pre-installed games that are licensed. I sold a million dollars in a day, and Nintendo approached me because they are trying to discover what is going on. This young black man won a million dollars in 24 hours and our games are on your console. We want to go in!”
The matter did not end here. When asked whether he might play Fortnite in Soulja Box, Cortez Way said: “Yes, we are working on it. Not in this [system], but in the next you will”, he replied.
If your promise can be more or less debatable, it has been Epic Games, study of development of Fortnite, who has been occupied to qualify these statements as false.
“No, you can’t play the Fortnite in consoles that have been rooteadas due to the measures anti-trap,” noted the head of public relations for Epic Games, Nick Chester, in a statement issued to DualShockers.
The rapper, previously, had to retire from the game industry after you sell consoles to the chinese doubling their price. In addition, it also began to sell consoles with games pirated Nintendo.
January 22, 2019
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