With 45 million players, and a peak player count of more than three million at any given moment, the odds of randomly matching with your friends in a solo game of Fortnite Battle Royale should be pretty slim, right? Wrong.
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A video posted on Reddit last night shows a player in solos come across five players working together. Unsurprisingly, being on the wrong end of a five on one disadvantage doesn’t pan out brilliantly, and the player is swiftly eliminated from the game. The unofficial team quickly loot their fallen foe, before continuing through their game.