Despite it's immense popularity, not every aspect of Fortnite Battle Royale is universally accepted and liked among the game's vast player-base.
It's in-game mechanics, weapon balancing and functionality, and other details are often at the center of discussion and debate, with many players often throwing in their suggestions, concepts, and ideas on how Fortnite can be improved.
One such players is popular streamer 'SypherPK,' who is considered by many to be one of the top strategic minds in the Fortnite community.
Sypher, who creates content as a member of Luminosity Gaming, has proposed several ways that the game can be improved from its current state.
Live on his stream, he broke down the details of his proposal, which is made up of three parts:
"I would lower the maximum amount of materials you can carry, I would bring that down to 600-700. But then I would increase the amount of materials you gain exponentially to where you can reach that max level faster. And then, I would make ARs, just in general, I would buff the accuracy across the board for a lot of guns. I wouldn't completely remove 'bloom' because I don't know how recoil would work in this game, and I don't know how bullet travel would work on ARs. But I would definitely reduce bloom a little bit more. And also, I would make first shot accuracy pop out on your first show. As soon I stop moving, I should be able to stop and get that first shot accuracy, and obviously you have to wait for the reset. But like, having to wait like this, is kind of annoying."
It seems that Sypher's proposed plan would address more than two aspects of the game that are often debated by players, which are building and bloom.
Putting a limit on max materials would satisfy many who believe that building has become an out of control facet of the game that is overused and relied upon too much.
Meanwhile, addressing bloom will likely be well received by most in the community who continue to express displeasure at a Random Number Generator (RNG) deciding their during gunfights.
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