“Fortnite” video game developer acquired abandoned shopping mall to serve as its new corporate headquarters

The developer behind the uncontrollably famous “Fortnite” computer game has procured an almost 1 million-square-foot surrendered shopping center to fill in as its new corporate headquarters.

Epic Games bought the Cary Towne Center shopping center in its old neighborhood of Cary, North Carolina, the Triangle Business Journal reports, and will transform the site into its new grounds by 2024.

The 980,000-square-foot property sits around 2 miles from Epic’s present North Carolina headquarters, and cost the organization just $95 million to secure. The 87-section of land grounds will incorporate both places of business just as recreational spaces.

Epic, which has 2,200 representatives, said in a public statement that the grounds will permit it “the adaptability to make a grounds tweaked from the beginning to oblige its drawn out development.”

Epic, which has been the at the center of a prominent fight with Apple over its App Store charges, likewise said that it will work with the town as it designs the new turn of events, and will probably keep a $193 million Cary Community Recreation and Sports Center that had been gotten ready for the site.

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