OpTic Fortnite Pro WizKay Provides Five Reasons to Improve the Fortnite Meta

Various community members have given their opinions in regards to the ruleset for competitive Fortnite: Battle Royale.

Since the Battle Royale portion of Fortnite was released in 2017, fans have been attempting to bring the game into the esports world in any way they can with a collection of makeshift tournaments.

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While the game has seen an immense amount of success in the casual world, the esports community has quickly grown to new heights over the course of recent months, however, some players have different opinions in regards to what should be allowed.

After Fortnite pledged $100 million to future Fortnite competitions between 2018 and 2019, the scene has expanded rapidly, with Epic Games holding various ‘Summer Skirmish’ events in recent weeks with massive prize pools.

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Following the two Summer Skirmish events, WizKay, a member of the OpTic Gaming Fortnite team, gave his opinion in regards to certain aspects of the competitive title, including a few changes to certain weapons.

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As of writing, Epic Games is continuing to implement changes to competitive Fortnite, however, the exact changes are unknown.

More information on the Fortnite competitive scene can be found right here.