Four years after celebratory dances in the popular battle royale became a regular sight on Russia’s arenas, Fortnite is still part of England’s World Cup squad. In an official interview posted on the England team’s YouTube account this week, goalkeeper Jordan Pickford was shown a video of him carrying a printed computer case to the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
When asked what he does in his spare time, Pickford admitted, among other things, that he is still addicted to Fortnite. And not surprisingly, the game completely changed in Episode 4.
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World Cup Player Jordan Pickford Sends Game Setup To Qatar So He Can Play Fortnite
Pickford claimed that he was tired of playing Fortnite on a laptop while out and about after being shown a video of the PC case he was carrying to the World Cup. This is in contrast to a home PC setup.
“Try to heal, feel good about yourself, whatever you need,” Pickford said when discussing his life off the field. “Spend some time with the kids… Fortnite,” he added. “Still on Fortnite a certain feeling.”
Solution? Have a powerful laptop and put it in a travel bag, have a monitor to boot. “I’m just trying to get the best shots,” Pickford said.
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This year Fortnite has not officially partnered with FIFA or the Qatar World Cup; instead, it released a series of switchable footballer skins. The Antoine Griezmann and Harry Kane skins, which were originally sold with the latest European Championship, are once again available for purchase.
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