One of the popular Fortnite content creators Hypex recently used the famous software ChatGPT to solve a cryptic message from the official handle of Fortnite. The software has been in the news lately and has again proven effective for encoding cryptic messages.
Fortnite is used to tease the fans with cryptic messages having hints for future updates
Epic Games has a habit of testing out the intelligence and commitment levels of the fans by teasing out hints and other valuable information in terms of cryptic messages left behind for the fans. Fortnite is no stranger when it comes to uploading cryptic messages for the community to figure out.
In a very recent tweet posted by the official handle of the game on Twitter, there was an unusual number posted along with other information, which attracted much attention from the community. The latest message was posted on the official Fortnite Status Twitter account.
After much speculation, the famous contributor to the community, Hypex decided to decode the code by using the famous software ChatGPT. After decoding the cryptic message Hyperx got an input revealing that the numerical cipher actually reads, “CRACK THE CODE.” Now while the solution doesn’t really fix everything or give a solid answer it surely is a hint toward the events of the next season which is expected to launch sometime after March 8.
While some fans believe this has to do with something with future updates, some strongly believe that this is connected with the Most Wanted Quest taking place as of now in the game, Fortnite. With the developers passed on a message to complete the remaining quests quickly with just a day remaining before the season ends.
Whatever the case might be, it can be concluded that ChatGPT is a very advanced software and will be a very useful asset in the gaming industry in the future.
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