With the Fortnite building removed, the Battle Royale community is split down the middle

With the Fortnite building removed, the Battle Royale community is split down the middle

By removing the ability to build, Fortnite has changed the entire look of its battles.. That’s our impression of the change, after some hands-on time with the game this week. As it is, it is not a permanent fixture, but has been implemented as the display feature of Fortnite: Chapter 3 Season 2which started in earnest on Sunday, March 20. With Removed building from Fortnite – something expected to last around a week or so – “Move Updates” are currently in place, applied to running, climbing and sliding elements, designed to help players in the heat of conflict. Naturally, the Fortnite community is split down the middle.

Three and a half years since its release, even the smallest tweaks to Fortnite’s plan are met with vocal pushback, but the division of opinion among gamers on this one seems understandable. It may be a temporary measure tied to the overall story of the main game (the ability to build still exists in the game’s Arena and Competitive modes), but it’s mechanically seismic. “Some players are getting used to it quickly because they didn’t build much before,” says the Fortnite specialist and journalist. ben walker. “But there are others that depend on construction, and it is a enormous change for them. By removing building, we can also completely compare Fortnite to every other Battle Royale game, and when you do that, you realize how much the Fortnite map has been designed with building in mind.”

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