Matthew 'Nadeshot' Haag appears set to get back to his console roots when it comes to playing Fortnite: Battle Royale.
After first making his name known in the esports and gaming world as a professional Call of Duty player for OpTic Gaming, Nadeshot has spent a majority of his time as a member of the gaming community as a console-based player.
Following his retirement from competitive CoD in 2015 in order to purse content creation full-time, he was able to have more time to himself which enabled him to branch out in terms of games and spend more time on different platforms.
Especially with the rise of Fortnite: Battle Royale over the course of recent months, the former professional CoD player mainly played the game on PC, however, appears to be second-guessing this decision.
Nadeshot took to Twitter to inquire about the possibility of PlayStation 4 players that could 'show him the ropes' on Fortnite, claiming that he wants to stray away from being 'average' by going back to his 'home' of console gaming.
I don’t want to be average anymore. I’m going back to my home and taking over. Enough is enough. Scuf paddles, Mountain Dew and analog sticks are all I need.— 100T Nadeshot (@Nadeshot) July 16, 2018
Even though playing on PC may not totally be out of the question, he mentioned that a decision will be made after two weeks to see where he stands.
I’m gonna invest 2 weeks into console and see where I stand after. Got a couple wins on my first night playing yesterday, there’s hope.— 100T Nadeshot (@Nadeshot) July 16, 2018
Fortnite has continued to make waves across the gaming world by announcing $100 million in prize money for esports competitions between 2018 and 2019, with the first 'Summer Skirmish' match held on Saturday, July 14th.
More information on the upcoming Fortnite season can be found right here.
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