Fortnite is now a behemoth. When it eventually landed on the Nintendo Switch, it was fairly apparent that Fortnite will be dominating the gaming conversation for quite a while. While some folk are concentrating hard on solving these season five challenges or buy fortnite items treasure, I am happy watching the"The One Where Phoebe Hates PBS", another incident which highlights the bumbling psychological instability of this oft-poorly dressed Ross.
I haven't completely given up on the sport, but believing I'll be buying a Sony PS4 later this season, the dearth of cross-progression with Sony is a detriment to really ongoing with the seasons. I'm not the only one leaving behind past progressions, as whatever rewards I have earned mean little if I can't take them with me.
There are two updates that mean a great deal to some people, among which I never seen because my dexterity was never as great as the teenagers wasting me game after game. That will be the update into the shotgun dynamics, together with consistent spread patterns and the removal of the ability to be able to fire one shotgun, fast switch to fire and another almost immediately. Currently there's a delay, however, I was never fast enough to make that move best places to buy fortnite weapons . My mind just doesn't work that quick in-game.
Like Ross being essentially homeless throughout part of the season, the storm circle in Fortnite now moves around a bit as it shuts in. It was hard enough trying to get to this circle with gamers in my back just playing for kills, now it could shift whether it shrinks. The middle of storm circles 7, 8 and 9 will move around randomly while it shrinks. Even though this might serve to even the field a little bit, it is still not enough for me to give the warm and fuzzy 90s nostalgia I get from seeing'Friends'.
All these updates to Fortnite (full list here) are pretty comprehensive and might be sufficient to finally get me back into the battle. While I am expecting Sony comes around on the cross-progression, Epic Games is moving forward fast with improving and refining Fortnite, making something that even us casual gamers just can't ignore. Plus, I've always wanted to die in the desert.