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Reddit Meetup as Fortnite Players try to destroy Tilted Towers ahead of Scheduled Destruction

Last night a Reddit user organized a “Wake Ceremony” meetup in an attempt to destroy Tilted Towers before Epic Games does in the hottest game Fortnite.

Today, at 6:00 PM EST we will all queue up at the same time into solos, and land at Tilted Towers to honor it’s greatness by destroying every single structure in the city. Every tree, every building, every car. Once everything is gone, we all have a massive dance party to pay respects to the city. Be there, to honor this soon-to be fallen location by standing united and in harmony.

IMPORTANT EDIT: QUEUE UP IN THE OCEANIA SERVERS AS THEY WILL BE LESS POPULATED AT THIS TIME.

This is across all platforms. Make sure to queue up at exactly 6:00 PM EST, you can use google to find the exact same time for your specific time zone.

Upvote this to spread the word, once the time comes we should have enough people for the ceremony if we get enough upvotes. Share this across all social medias so we can all honor the glory of Tilted as a unit.

I will be streaming this for those of you who want to watch, follow my Twitter @xsqoof to peep the stream link when I do go live.

Once again; April 18th, 2018 @ 6:00 PM EST

Due to popular demand, everyone who wants to contribute to this cause will need to be running the default skin with the free pass Precision backbling. Those who do not have the default skin on will be executed.

EDIT: Thank you all so much for taking your time to participate in the Wake Ceremony. I’m glad to have moved the community in such a way and to have coordinated this entire event because it blew up and I really wasn’t expecting it to. Thanks for upvoting to make it all possible <3 even though we had some failed games with trolls and what not, we had a lot of successful runs. Seriously, thank you all, this wouldn’t have been possible without your help.

As you can see from the pictures below, they had success in their mission.

Source: Polygon

 

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