The aim being to end the dominance building has over the end game. In a recent blog post, however, it does worry that the late game is being dominated by only a narrow range of play styles.
Epic has already made changes to the effectiveness of shotguns, and in the blog also talk about adding resource caps, so that it'll be more hard to build complex structures.
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We've already seen some of these changes go into effect.
As Fortnite continues to excel across multiple platforms, and now stands as the most prominent free-to-play title on consoles, Epic has expressed interest in moving Fortnite forward within the esports scene.
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Epic argues that while shotguns should be powerful, not every encounter should end in a build-off. Weapon balance is being looked at, as is the resource economy, which it said includes something like a cap on the number of resources you can hold.
"You should be able to find Victory Royales through multiple strategies", Epic explained. As stated by the studio in regards to forthcoming changes coming over the next few weeks, "Shotguns should be strong, but other weapons have room to grow. We want to empower you to showcase your skill, strategy, and tactics in all variety of ways".
So, Fortnite could be in for some big metagame changes in the future. Epic Games has now acknowledged building as being the main deciding factor, and is looking to implement a new Fortnite update that changes how matches play out. What do you think of Epic's desire to see more diverse play styles and more opportunities for counterplay within Fortnite?
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