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VIDEO: 20 Biggest Unsolved Fortnite Mysteries

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Epic Games' Fortnite might be one of the most popular games in history, but that doesn't mean there still aren't mysteries. There are a lot of game changing events that have popped up since the game first launched, and Easter eggs that are very, very weird. We've compiled a list of the twenty biggest mysteries from the popular battle royale game that might never get solved.

The first mystery on our list is pretty crazy and might even be related to one of the game's stranger mechanics. If players destroy every container in the Shipping Yard, they might come across a briefcase. Inside is what looks like an assembly line, with various plants going into a machine. Some have speculated that this is a reference to the fact that destroying plants and vegetation gets players wood, which doesn't really make much sense. However, we have a theory that this briefcase might be related to the Flush Factory.

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There are a lot more mysteries that have popped up in Fortnite, and many of them will likely remain unsolved for a long time.

Since its launch, Fortnite has gained an astonishingly large fan base. Epic Games is also known for such popular games as Infinity Blade, Unreal and Gears of War. The game has featured cameos from such popular characters as Wreck-It Ralph from Wreck-It Ralph and Ralph Breaks the Internet and the Marvel Cinematic Universe's Thanos. There have also been reference to the games in everything ranging from television to film. Following the success of Fortnite, the publisher has launched the Epic Games Store.

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Fortnite, which just released its Creative Mode in December, is available across platforms, including Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Windows, Nintendo Switch, macOS, iOS and Android devices.

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