Millions were left wondering if the apocalypse had finally come on Sunday after the game Fortnite was suddenly obliterated in an implosion and everything went dark.

Some 5.5 million people watched the live event “The End” on YouTube and Twitch that was hyped by creator Epic Games. An estimated 250 million people play the last-man-standing game online around the world.

When players logged on around 2 p.m. EST, they could access only a single mode called “The End.” Those players were then shocked ― and a bit horrified ― when a meteor and six rockets formed a giant rift.

The final image that appeared on the screen was a pulsating black hole with a blue halo. Multitudes were still watching it hours later, waiting and hoping for more.

Huffington Post

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