Fortnite’s endgame set to change, giving players new ways to win

Fortnite’s endgame set to change, giving players new ways to win

Fortnite’s endgame set to change, giving players new ways to win

"Currently, the superiority of shotguns, rockets, and uncapped building are such a dominant play style in the final circle that most other strategies are being drowned out".

The crux of the changes will enable players to counter others in combat - especially in late-game scenarios which tend to be dominated by excessive building and powerful shotguns.

Fortnite maker Epic Games says it will continue to tweak gameplay in the popular battle royale title to keep the game interesting.

Basically, for all eleven of you that have never played Fortnite, the late game gets a little messy.

After the apps are downloaded, the "game" at first appears legitimate with images and icons ripped from the iOS version of Fortnite (including the logo of its developer Epic Games), and leads users through a promising-looking set of screens: a loading screen, updates, an automatic login page, and a mobile verification step. Epic Games believes "that the evolution of Fortnite supports a wide range of playstyles and counterplay".


Of course, we don't know exactly what this will entail but it sounds like some more nerfs are incoming.

"You should be able to find Victory Royales through multiple strategies", Epic explained. While many players probably wouldn't think so, Epic seems to think it might be. Beyond balancing weapons such as the aforementioned shotguns and rockets, Fortnite could receive "resource caps". Not every encounter should have to end in a build-off.

News of the video game's latest financial boom comes just a few days after the World Health Organisation (WHO) classified gaming addiction as an illness.

What future changes would you like to see Epic Games implement into Fortnite? . And with the studio also continually altering Fortnite's map as well - an in-game countdown timer is potentially pointing to some big changes coming to the environment, for instance - it looks as if fans will have something new to come back for like clockwork. The Fortnite team wants to empower players in ways that will showcase "skill, strategy and tactics".

Basically, this well-known popular open-world game is now only available for iOS platform for several months, and still, there is no official release date for our preferred mobile operating system, of course, Android.

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