Let us return once again to talk about Fortnite Battle Royale and countries in the world that decide to ban the game. In the last hours, in fact, another country has decided to ask for the ban of the game, in such a way as to prevent its inhabitants from accessing the servers.
After the ban in China and Iraq, the Epic Games battle royale is no longer being played in Jordan, a Middle Eastern country. At the moment a ban request has simply been made but, since PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds has already been in the Jordan blacklist for some time, it is highly likely that Fortnite will soon end up there too.
Unlike the other countries, which have excluded the game due to the obsession that some users develop towards it, in the case of Jordan it seems that the ban is due to the violence of the game. This is a very bizarre choice, given that among the many titles currently available Fortnite Battle Royale is perhaps the visually less violent one despite the use of various weapons. To annoy those who asked for the ban could have been some references in the game’s kill feed or the list of actions performed by players in the lower left that often contain the verb “kill”.
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