Epic games are considering the idea of hosting Fortnite tournaments without the royal fashion of the game, according to Team Liquid’s Jake & # 39; POACH & # 39; Brumleve.
Fortnite by nature is a battle royal title with 100 players jumping out of the Battle Bus, landing on the map and searching for weapons and objects as they try to eliminate enemies and be the last person or team standing.
But with the introduction of Fortnite’s creative mode, players can now participate in custom modes that are separated from the main game’s royal fashion and Epic Games can use the specially adapted modes in future tournaments.
Players like Tfue and Cloak have seen tremendous success in the current Battle Royale format.
During his Thursday, February 21, life streams stated Fortnite pro-player Jake & # 39; POACH & # 39; Brum life that the developers discussed the possibility that future tournaments were played away from the kind of royal format.
“Fortnite has many opportunities outside the battle royales,” POACH told his viewers. “I’ve talked to the developers about it, and that’s something they’re considering. With creativity added, more tournaments can be based on things that aren’t generous.”