Adelaide’s Philippou twins make history in video game Fortnite

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The first feature film by South Australian twins, Michael and Danny Philippou, has become the first horror movie to be featured on the video game Fortnite globally.

According to The Advertiser, the special ‘Talk to Me’ gaming event was launched on ‘Deadpines: Zombie Survival’ map last month where players are faced with a fight against a horde of endless zombies.

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RackaRacka brothers Michael and Danny Philippou’s movie has been featured in popular video game Fortnite. Picture: Facebook.

The map features supernatural elements from the horror film, including an embalmed hand. The map is available for a short time only, with the takeover ending on August 13.

This history-making development came after the film finally hit theatres worldwide last month to critical acclaim. The film was banned in Kuwait because of the casting of transgender actress Zoe Terakes.

Source: The Advertiser.

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