Fortnite is a completely free multiplayer game where you and your friends can jump into Battle Royale.
So Basically We Like Fortnite is a series of video remixes which became so popular in social media. The phrase becomes so popular in the mid of 2018 that it trends on Twitter, Facebook and other social sites. There is a channel named FortniteAddict uploaded a video on 20th September 2018 on youtube in which several children in a classroom dancing and chanting “We like Fortnite.”
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Origin of We Like Fortnite
We can’t say about the exact origin, but the phrase likely comes from a video of a group of children and an Adult. So it’s like an adult, or school teacher asked: “Who likes Fortnite?” and the children responded, “We like Fortnite“.
The video was reposted by a YouTube channel named FortniteAddict on September 20th, 2018 and become sudden viral. The video has since received more than 1.7 million views (shown below).
Why it Become so Viral
YouTuber Toronto Transit Cavemen posted a video featuring him Fortnite dancing, on February 27, 2019. In that video, he suddenly emerges from behind a door chanting We Like Fortnite and Dancing like crazy. As of now September 2020 the video is taken down by youtube, or he made it private we don’t know. The original video is unavailable for now. But someone reuploaded that video or part of that video (shown below).
On September 15, 2019, Cyrakek posted a sound edit of the original video from SoundCloud user Zukesers. As of September 2020, the post has gathered 70,783views (shown below).
We Like Fortnite Memes
The netizens love to create and share memes on any hot viral trend. So as the trend goes viral there are tons of memes available online on various social media platforms and forums. Some of the viral memes on we like Fortnite are mentioned below.
The first available reference to the phrase was posted by iFunny user Fabcool on July 30th, 2018.
On July a Twitter user name FireBlazeYT uploaded a video meme on twitter, which also get attention and shares on twitter.
On August 27, 2020, another netizen with username @lewwze uploaded a video on twitter and starts gaining attention too.
Some other trending memes on We Like Fortnite are following:
F**ck you w**re meme which become very popular is shown below.
GIFS on We Like Fortnite
GIF images are very popular to share memes now and very easy to make. These days, there are many websites which let you create an animated GIF image quickly and easily. So netizens used these tools to make GIFS on “We Like Fortnite” and spammed it everywhere like from Reddit, Facebook Messenger to Whatsapp groups.
GIFS played a huge role in making this trend so popular. Animated GIF images are one of the best things to happen to internet users who wanted to view animated images quickly and easily.
Some of the popular GIF’s on this topic are following:
These are some of the most popular GIF we find online.
Some Popular Videos on We Like Fortnite
The trend starts from a video so it’s mandatory to show you guys some viral videos on this popular internet mania.
If you just search on youtube like we like fortnite. There are 100+ videos available. But we tried to cumulate some of the best videos for you guys.
10 Hours Long We Like Fortnite Video
One of the netizens uploaded a video on Youtube named We like Fortnite 10 Hours. This video was uploaded on Jul 6, 2019, and currently has more than 60k+ views as of now(September 2020). He just played the video on loop and uploaded it.
Many of the users are liking this video and playing it overnight as they love this game so much. The 10 hour long video is shown below.
Ninja on We Like Fortnite Trend
Detroit, Michigan, U.S. Grayslake, Illinois, U.S. Richard Tyler Blevins (born June 5, 1991), better known by his online alias Ninja, is an American streamer, YouTuber, professional gamer, and Internet personality.
He is one of the most popular Fortnite streamer he also reacted on We like Fortnite trend. And it becomes so Popular
Fortnite became particularly popular with children and kids, who made it their daily ritual to play with their friends. The “floss” dance – used as a taunt in the game – also became a worldwide phenomenon. The “L” dance was adopted by footballer Antoine Griezmann as a celebration and Jesse Lingard used some of the other dances after his goals – the 2018 World Cup showcased these to a larger audience. Fortnite’s place as a cultural phenomenon was clearly cemented.
We Like Fortnite is one of the examples of anything bizarre or random can be viral anytime on the internet we never know. Hope you like our research on this particular topic. Do share our website Game Specifications with your Friends.