7 Games Like Fortnite

Games like Fortnite Our array of games like Fortnite features other thrilling competitive battle royale experiences that span console, computer and mobile devices.

Fortnite started as a co-operative sandbox survival game where players team up to battle zombie inspired creatures known as Husks in a post-apocalyptic Earth. In 2017 a standalone and free to play battle royale spin off was released shifting Fortnite into the game we know today that quickly captivated an audience of millions.

Like other battle royale games Fortnite ensures players are always on equal footing as they jump off the battle bus with nothing in their inventory. Once landed though players are able to find common, uncommon, rare, epic and legendary weapons and gear which you'll use to be the last one standing. In Fortnite players can also customise their characters as they collect cosmetics through premium purchases or through a season specific Battle Pass.

This list of games like Fortnite offers other PvP focused battle royale titles for you to play solo and with friends across various platforms.


HAWKED opts to explore a treasure focused theme within an extraction and looter shooter framework that leaves players with a colourfully relaxed option in comparison to some others on the hardcore side of the genre scale. This colourful action also comes with a free to play price tag allowing players new to the genre to test the waters without a purchase and is equally capable as being both a first foot into the genre or potentially even your main game. The foundation of your HAWKED gameplay adv...[Read Review]

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Cuisine Royale

The first battle royale game of its kind Cuisine Royale combines the typical experience of the genre with a host of kitchenware and food to be discovered, looted and equipped. Intended as a joke by the developers of the upcoming World War II shooter Enlisted the game quickly gained traction and a reasonable community that warranted it’s own development process. Thankfully though due to the similar themes to their planned title Cuisine Royale started from a solid foundation of shooting mech...[Read Review]

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Warface offers free to play shooting with classes and co-operative modes with an ever expanding number of maps. Originally launched in 2013 on Windows the game has since expanded to a range of console platforms alongside an Android spin off version. Despite operating in a highly competitive genre Warface has continued to grow and develop it’s offering which centres around the high quality first person shooter core with a free to play price tag that offers both PvE and PvP. Regardless of yo...[Read Review]

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PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG)

Starting the battle royale craze in 2017¬†PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) quickly commanded an audience of millions and gave birth to a wider genre that would dominate the gaming industry for years to come. Subsequent to its success on Xbox One and Windows the game was released on the PlayStation 4 and on mobile devices (iOS/Android) with a free price tag to compete with other mobile free to play battle royale titles. Based on a mod created by Brendan “PlayerUnknown” Greene...[Read Review]

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Darwin Project

Shrinking down the battle royale genre to a 10 player battle on a smaller map is Darwin Project, a game that feels as close to the Hunger Games as a gaming experience has offered yet. After a brief launch as a paid title Darwin Project evolved into a free to play battle royale to ensure it was able to capture an appropriately sized audience to support it’s take on the battle royale formula. Set in a post apocalyptic and dystopian future where an Ice Age is fast approaching a new project ha...[Read Review]

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Rules of Survival

Moving the constantly growing battle royale genre into the mobile arena Rules of Survival was an early entrant into the mobile battle royale market allowing it to capture a committed audience. While other big names in the genre such as Fortnite and PUBG have since moved in Rules of Survival continues to be a popular title for the mobile audience and offers an experience most similar to PUBG with a realistic themed shooter and various vehicles. Subsequent to the mobile success of Rules of Surviva...[Read Review]

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Grand Battle Royale

Bringing across the popular battle royale formula to the mobile universe is Grand Battle Royale a game for both iOS and Android gamers to play for free. Offering the same massive multiplayer online arena style of games that have come before on other platforms Grand Battle Royale aims to offer an experience akin to those larger budget titles. Spawning into the game world in a random location Grand Battle Royale follows the format of similar titles with players acquiring melee weapons and guns lit...[Read Review]

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