Fortnite chapter 3 season 2 makes an incredibly divisive game change
Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 2, which otherwise is called Resistencing, has made an incredibly divisive change to start this new game season. Typically, with any seasonal change in fortnite, the EPIC Games developer will perform a series of adjustments in a general sense that will be present for a long period of time. However, with chapter 3 season 2, Epic has decided to eliminate the game aspect of Fortnite that the game has always been synonymous and, as a result, many players do not know how to feel.
As of today, building in fortnite has been completely removed for a short period of time. This means that all the game mechanics that focus on the collection of materials to build several structures are no longer found in fortnite. Instead, the title has focused entirely on the mechanics of shooting and the new functions of movement that have also been added this season.
«The building has been eliminated! To help maintain coverage, now you have an overshield on top of your Shield and Health », Epic explained about the changes in your new entry into the blog today. «Overshield is your first line of defense: Before your Shield and Health receive a blow, it is your overshield that will break. Your overshield will still recover if it reaches 0 ».
Even though the building has been removed from fortnite standard game mode, it has not completely disappeared. The competitive aspects of the game still include the construction mechanics, as well as the creative way of the title. Even so, if you are someone who is upset because the construction disappears, this change should not last a lot. Rumors and current reports have suggested that this alteration will only take place during the first nine days of season 2 of Chapter 3. As such, by the end of this month, mechanics should return to all areas of fortnite.
Even so, how do you feel when you see that EPIC eliminates fortnite characteristic game more unique at the moment? Is this something for what you are really happy? Let me know in the comments or send me a message on Twitter a @ mooreman12.